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Project Progress: A Go-Ahead, A Start and a Completion

San Diego port district officials recently gave the green light for demolition of the beloved waterfront restaurant mainstay Anthony’s

Fish Grotto, which closed earlier this year, to make way for Brigantine Inc.’s $20 million, multivenue dining project called Portside Pier at 1360 N. Harbor Drive.

The move came as port commissioners reached agreement with the California Coastal Commission on disputed design and access matters, relating to the project’s public viewing spaces and its dock-and-dine facilities for boaters. Officials said demolition could begin by year’s end, with Brigantine starting construction around February 2018 for an opening approximately one year later. In Escondido, La Jolla-based

Badiee Development Inc., led by CEO Ben Badiee, recently started construction on the previously announced Escondido Victory Industrial Park, a 91,000-square-foot project that is also that city’s first new industrial development in more than a decade. Ware Malcomb is the architect and TFW Construction is the general contractor on the project at 2005 Harmony Grove, which is set for completion in spring 2018 and is among several North County industrial developments, valued at around $100 million, in Badiee’s pipeline.

In Hillcrest, San Diego-based investment and development firm SENTRE recently completed renovations and began tenant move-ins at The Warwick Hillcrest, an 80unit luxury apartment property at 606 Washington St. The property is a former Sommerset Suites Hotel, which was originally built in 1986 and acquired earlier this year by SENTRE, which is led by President and CEO Doug Arthur.

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