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Urban Corps Opens North County Facility

Diane Chalmers Center to Serve Young Adults Up to Age 26

Urban Corps of San Diego County, the nonprofit that serves as a bridge to better the life of young adults ages 18-26, is growing its reach.

Santee Senior Living Center Adds $28 Million Project

CONSTRUCTION: Niche Market Suits East County Building Contractor

Lantern Crest, a senior living center in Santee, has finished a $28 million expansion and just broke ground for a $20 million new building.

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Old Town to Open First Food Hall

HOSPITALITY: Urban Market to Include Nine Vendors

Old Town Urban Market, a 7,000 square foot mostly outdoor-seating venue located at Miranda’s Courtyard in the heart of Old Town, is scheduled to open next month.

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Local Hospitality Co. Plans Massive Expansion

RESTAURANTS: Rise & Shine to Open 10 Food Places in the Next Year

After expansion plans were put on hold last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rise & Shine Hospitality Group is gearing up for a massive growth strategy.

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Sempra Contemplates New LNG Export Site in Mexico

ENERGY: Shipments to Asia Could Pass Through Topolobampo, on the Gulf of California

Sempra (NYSE: SRE) has expanded its plans to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the west coast of Mexico.

Harbor Island Hotel Project Gets Nod

Ground-Breaking for 450-Room Facility Scheduled for 2023

A 450-room East Harbor Island hotel project is one step closer to reality.

Cloudbeds Raises $150M

TECH: Softbank Leads Series D Funding Round

In a funding round announced earlier this month, SoftBank Vision Fund 2 officially joined existing investors in Cloudbeds, adding additional financial firepower to the growing San Diego company’s market-leading, cloud-based hospitality management software platform.

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The Healthcare System of the Future

The Next Evolution of Clinical Care

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a trial by fire for hospitals and healthcare providers around the world. And yet, the pandemic has had several silver linings for healthcare organizations.

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Battery Storage Power Plant Planned for Barrio Logan

ENERGY: Omaha-based Tenaska to Build New 200MW Facility

One of the largest independent energy companies in the United States is building a $200 million battery power plant in Barrio Logan.

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SDSU Announces Hospitality Partners

Aztec Stadium Partners with Eight Local Eateries

San Diego State University has unveiled the first eight hospitality partners for the new Aztec Stadium at SDSU Mission Valley. All eight partners are headquartered locally.

KBS Buys Leading Janitorial, Facility Services Provider

REAL ESTATE: Bravo! Is Oceanside Firm’s 14th Acquisition Since 2017

Oceanside-based Kellermeyer Bergensons Services has acquired BRAVO! Building Services and two other related companies, BRAVO! Facility Services and BRAVO! Innovative Solutions.

Drata Achieves Unicorn Status

SOFTWARE: Receives $100M in Series B Funds

The number of unicorns in San Diego grew by one this fall, as security software specialist Drata brought in its Series B round of venture capital. Drata announced the achievement Nov. 8.

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First Absinthe Bar To Open in S.D.

Wormwood Scheduled to Launch This Month

San Diego will soon claim its first-ever absinthe bar and restaurant.

Ronald McDonald House Names New Chief Operations Officer

A decorated Marine Corps veteran, Oscar Gomez brings years of experience to the role.

Signature Resolution Adds Four ‘Neutrals’ to Expanding SD Office

Signature Resolution, a leader in alternative dispute resolution, announced this week that four ‘neutrals’ have joined the firm’s rapidly expanding San Diego office.

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