Demand for Life Science Space Reaches Record Levels
Demand for life science space is reaching record levels as venture capital money pours into the region.
Downtown Chula Vista Drawing Developer Interest
Downtown Chula Vista has gained a $14 million apartment project as the city’s drive to improve its core neighborhood is drawing developer interest.
Even with Some Buyer Fatigue, Prices Still Rising and Multiple Offers Commonplace
Buyer fatigue has hit San Diego’s real estate market as some people are taking a break after making offers on several homes to no avail, according to several real estate agents.
PROPERTY: Health Food Supplement Co. Signs $25M Lease
A Carlsbad company that makes mushroom powder as a health food supplement is moving to a Vista industrial and office building, where it signed a $25 million lease.
Normal Heights Project Draws Both Design Praise, Criticism
A Normal Heights apartment project has drawn praise and criticism for its distinctive design and appearance.
REAL ESTATE: Co. Uses AI to Give Buyers More Details in Home Searches
A former San Diego aerospace engineer has formed a technology-based real estate company that uses artificial intelligence with a goal of revolutionizing the way people search for houses online.
KB Home to Build Mix of 203 Townhomes, Single Family
KB Home plans to build a Spring Valley development that will have 203 homes in a mix of townhomes and single-family homes.
ARCHITECTURE: Planned With More Than Simply Taking Classes in Mind
When MiraCosta Community College set about building a $37.4 million chemistry and biotechnology building, the college wanted something more than a place for students to simply take classes and perform experiments.
REAL ESTATE: Former Golf Course to Be Site
A $300 million housing development is planned for a former golf course in Carmel Valley.
Downtown Tower Construction Has Continued Unabated
San Diego’s appetite for luxury apartments is coming back as strong as ever, if it even waned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All New Miller Hull Partnership Projects Aim to Be Carbon Neutral
The architectural firm of the Miller Hull Partnership based in Seattle with offices in San Diego said that all its projects from now on will aim at being carbon neutral, with a National City mixed-use project among the first.
Pacific Highway Property Covers Full City Block
Kilroy Realty Corp. based in Los Angeles has acquired property in Little Italy for $42 million with plans to build an office tower on it.
REAL ESTATE: Look and Feel of Center Upgraded with New Shops, Open Areas
A La Costa shopping mall has undergone a more than $10 million renovation as property owners upgrade the look and feel of the center with new shops and open areas for people to gather.
PCBC Awards Development Best Mixed Use Project
Kilroy Realty Corp.’s One Paseo development in Carmel Valley has won a top award from the Pacific Coast Builder’s Conference (PCBC) as the best mixed use project of the year.
REAL ESTATE: Long Ignored Areas See Growth Trend
Silvergate Development based in Point Loma is building new apartment projects in Chula Vista as part of what’s becoming a growing push for development in the city’s west side that had long been ignored.
Aging Office Building Seeing Big Changes
An aging Torrey Pines office building is being completely redone for BioMed Realty into a life science mecca that turns the traditional work environment on its head.
CONSTRUCTION: $81M Development Aims to Bring Vitality Back to Neighborhood
An $81 million affordable apartment project is going up in San Diego’s Mid-City neighborhood with an aim of bringing a new sense of vitality to the neighborhood.
Buyers Snapping Up San Diego Multi-Family Complexes
Real estate investors are pouring money into San Diego multi-family projects snapping up everything from raw land to build on to well established apartment complexes.
TECH: CollectiveSun Has $50 Million in Projects Across 20 States
A Normal Heights company that helps nonprofit agencies go solar has gone from an idea spawned over coffee a decade ago to a growing concern with more than $50 million in projects across 20 states.
REAL ESTATE: Headquarters for Red Door Now in Sherman Heights
The contrast could hardly be more dramatic as Red Door Interactive moves from swanky downtown offices in Diamond View Tower overlooking Petco Park to a “village within a village” in Sherman Heights.
REAL ESTATE: Development to Have More Than 2,700 Homes
Construction is starting on a nearly $1.3 billion housing project by HomeFed Corp. of Carlsbad that covers 868 acres in Otay Ranch that will ultimately have more than 2,700 homes and more than 2,100 rental apartments.