Ray Huard


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Phone: 858-361-8082

Recent Stories

Solana Beach Construction Company to Manage Tribal Project

Buena Vista Band of Miwok Indians project

Vista Warehouse Building Sold

Seller was Westcore

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La Jolla Apartments Sold

A La Jolla apartment complex has been sold for $11.7 million. Beach Bungalows, 1021-1025 Coast Blvd., was sold by Pantai La Jolla, LLC to Belal Mheisen & Kamal Mheisen.

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Loan Secured for Florida Apartment Complex

Viewpoint Equities based in Mission Valley has received a $67.6 million loan for the purchase of a Florida apartment complex.

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MG Properties Acquires Portland Property

MG Properties Group based in Sorrento Valley has acquired two Oregon apartment complexes that include on-site retail for an undisclosed price.

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Bay Area Construction Company Bets on Local Life Science Market

Dome Construction Opens New SD Office

A San Francisco-based construction company has opened offices here, hoping to capitalize on San Diego’s explosive life science market as more Bay Area life science and high-tech companies eye the region.

La Mesa Draws Fully Electric Townhome Project

CONSTRUCTION: City Ventures to Put Housing on 2.5 Acres on University Avenue

A home building company with headquarters in Irvine and San Francisco is building a townhome community within walking distance of downtown La Mesa.

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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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Pharma Co. Set to Grow

BIOTECH: With New Focus, aTyr Raises $86M

San Diego-based aTyr Pharma recently raised $86.3 million in what some characterized as a dramatic turnaround for the company.

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Region's Rents Soar, Investments Rise

Increases Continue; Median Price of 1 Bedroom Hits $2,160

Apartment rents in November reached an all-time high in San Diego, driven up in part by rising home prices and stiff competition in a crowded market, according to national agencies that track rental rates.

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