Ray Huard

Reporter

Email: rhuard@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-361-8082

Recent Stories

Sorento Mesa Life Science Building Sold

$15.9M sale

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New Life Science Campus for Sorrento Mesa

Two Chicago-Based Firms Developing Property

San Diego’s life science real estate market drew a major investment in August with the $567 million purchase of a handful of Sorrento Mesa buildings and five acres of adjacent land by Sterling Bay West – the West Coast arm of Sterling Bay and Harrison Street.

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Historic Bankers Hill Apartment Building Sold

Built in 1869

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New $100 Million Development Started in Oceanside

CONSTRUCTION: Melrose Heights to Feature 301 Homes Targeting Middle-Income Buyers

A more than $100 million Oceanside housing development that started construction in August will have 301 homes in a mix that targets middle-income buyers.

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New Aztec Stadium Passes Halfway Mark

On Target to Open for 2022 SDSU Football Season

One year after the groundbreaking for a new Aztec stadium on the Mission Valley site of what was once known as Qualcomm or Jack Murphy Stadium, the project is starting to look more like a sports arena and less like a hole in the ground.

Freedom Center Transforms Strip Club to Resource Facility

REDEVELOPMENT: Building to Become Shelter for Former Sex Trafficked Women

A former strip club is being turned on its head in a way as it is transformed into a center to help women who have been sex trafficked or labor trafficked – some of whom could have worked as dancers in the clubs.

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Construction Division Grows

INSURANCE: Brokerage Adds 4 Industry Leaders

A San Diego independent insurance brokerage is on a growth spurt, expanding to include a broadened construction and surety division with the addition of four industry veterans to head the new business.

National City Apartments Sold

$3.8M sale

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Mission Valley Apartment Complex Sold

$32.6M sale

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