A Valley Center housing development rejected by voters in 2016 has been retooled with what the developer said is a host of improvements, including plans to add an elementary school and renovate an existing fire station or build a new one.
Finalists and winners in 16 categories will be recognized at a special networking and awards program April 18 at The Westin Gaslamp Quarter.
An East Village project aimed at providing housing for people at risk of becoming homeless has been approved by Civic San Diego, the city-owned nonprofit agency that oversees downtown development.
The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego was rated the top real estate program in the nation for undergraduate students in 2018 by College Factual, an online college rating site.
Sudberry Properties’ first mixed-use retail project in its Mission Valley Civita development will include 103 affordable apartments for seniors and 203 affordable apartments for families.
A landmark Carlsbad building noted for its high-profile windmill visible from Interstate 5 is being transformed into a food hall in a trend that is spreading in San Diego County.
The original developers of the master-planned community of Santaluz were ahead of their time when they began development in the late 1990s with environmental stewardship as its fundamental principle.