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An affiliate of Phoenix-based Wentworth Property Co. LLC has purchased an industrial building in San Diego’s Carmel Mountain Ranch neighborhood, housing guitar amplifier maker Carvin Corp., for approximately $14.4 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Homebuilder Lennar Homes of California has purchased a 31-lot residential development site in Vista for $4.76 million, according to brokerage firm Lee & Associates.
San Diego-headquartered The Grant Cos. has obtained $24.9 million in refinancing for The Pointe at Lantern Crest
Affiliates of Costa Mesa-based Warmington Group of Companies have purchased a 17-unit apartment building in San Diego’s College Area for $12 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
REAL ESTATE: The 2 Groups Will Continue To Operate Independently
Two of San Diego’s three Realtor associations have signed an agreement to give their members access to services, resources and discounts offered by either association.
San Diego ranks 19th out of 45 major U.S. markets for the resiliency of its market for offices serving technology companies, according to a new national outlook report by the brokerage firm JLL.
A San Diego buyer recorded as Mark Li LP has acquired a 96-unit apartment complex in Chula Vista for $19.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
A San Diego buyer recorded as SD BLDG LLC has acquired a Rancho Bernardo office building for $4.2 million, according to brokerage firm Colliers International Group Inc.
RAF Pacifica Group has acquired a Carlsbad office property for $10 million, the Encinitas-based company announced. The building was immediately leased to Ostendo Technologies, a digital manufacturing firm.
San Diego-based Urban on Park LLC has purchased a 10-unit apartment complex in University Heights for approximately $2.4 million, according to brokerage firm Apartment Consultants Inc., also known as ACI.
Software firm Seismic is moving into a bigger office in Del Mar Heights after outgrowing its old headquarters.
Port of San Diego commissioners have voted to retain both of the two finalists — longtime local developers OliverMcMillan Inc. and Sunroad Enterprises — to oversee future redevelopment of 57 acres at Harbor Island.
San Diego-based Realty Income Corp. announced that it has increased its common stock monthly cash dividend for the 88th time since the company went public in 1994.
It was quite an unexpected surprise for me while researching this week’s column on Hillcrest to find a home built in 1913 by one of San Diego’s earliest and most noteworthy families.