San Diego CountSan Diego County is becoming ever more popular as a place for real estate investors to put their money, ranked as one of the top markets for industrial, multifamily, office and retail investment by the commercial brokerage firm CBRE.
BNBuilders has been tapped as the construction manager and general contractor on three renovation projects at the University of California San Diego totaling $17.1 million.
San Diego is poised to become an unstoppable force in the global economy. The region is home to 34 percent more STEM workers than the national average, ranks third in the U.S. for patent intensity and has the sixth highest rate of income mobility.
Debby Buchholz has served as the general manager since 2002 and will assume her new position starting May 1.
Citing regulatory changes, San Diego’s Tocagen licensed its immunotherapy for commercialization in China, earning the company $16 million upfront and potentially much more.
CDC Small Business Finance has facilitated more than $13 billion in financing to more than 11,000 small businesses.
DEFENSE: It Welcomes All Applicants for Career Slots
General Dynamics NASSCO is embarking on a hiring binge.
TOURISM: Some Include Breweries, Pipe Production Site
Several cannabis tour companies have sprung up in San Diego County recently, filling a niche in the industry in an unexpected way.
Items of interest about people in 2018 The San Diego 500, The Book of Influential Business Leaders:
PROPERTY: Shortfall Of Affordable Homes Said to Be 142,000
San Diego County’s supply of affordable housing is about to get a big boost through new construction and renovation projects planned by the nonprofit developer National Community Renaissance.
PROPERTY: Submarkets See Big Rental Rebound as Demand Heats Up Market
New construction, a thriving economy, rising construction costs and low vacancy rates have pushed office rental rates ever higher throughout much of San Diego County since 2010, when rates started rebounding from the recession.
RETAIL: Aims to Keep Close Customer Connection And Affordable Prices
Molly Beane’s business model might have been seen as a little bit desperate. But just out of rehab, out of work, and almost out of money, she made her move.
TECH: AI Likely To Be Necessary Part Of Cleaning Operations
Brain Corp., which makes artificial intelligence-powered navigation software that lets machines operate autonomously, has inked a deal with Tennant Co., a publicly traded Minnesota-based company that designs, sells and markets cleaning equipment worldwide.
TOURISM: SeaWorld Offers Thrills; Legoland Makes Hotel Stay Fun
SeaWorld, Legoland, the San Diego Zoo, and Safari Park San Diego theme parks have several new offerings lined up for the summer, peak season for these Southern California parks.
SERVICE: Growth Rate 100 Shops a Month; New Targets Marine, Aviation
In a matter of years, Ceramic Pro has watched as its gross revenues have skyrocketed from $331,000 in 2014 to an estimated $22 million projected for this year, according to its founder and CEO Peter Diebitsch.
RETAIL: Machines Interact With Customers, Offer Easier Payment
In the next few weeks, the ViaTouch Media (VTM) headquarters will be taking shape in the Sorrento Valley area.
The dividend payout will be 9 percent higher than what shareholders have received quarterly since April of 2017.
Kate Lobel heard from several of her millennial peers at Power Digital Marketing that while they understood the nuances and terminology of their marketing specialty, when clients shifted into discussing other areas of business they were not so comfortable.