SD REAL ESTATE

La Mesa Shopping Center Sold For $3.2M

Center has 50 percent occupied

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Normal Heights Apartments Sold For $2.3M

Complex has eight apartments

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Versatility Defines Industrial Projects

PROPERTY: Developers See Sector as Solid Investment

Demand for industrial buildings has never been higher in San Diego County, and some of the new ones going up are a far cry from the sterile warehouses of old.

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Downtown Office Building Sold For $4.1M

Building was renovated in 2005

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House Prices Still Increasing as Sales Continue to Decrease

Rancho Bernardo Led The Way With 55 Sales In Month of June

Home sales were down in June for the 11th month in a row in Southern California.

Irwin Building Co., Architect Tim Martin Renovating Historic Home

Junior League’s Project Originally Designed By Louis and Irving Gill

A Bankers Hill home built in 1916 for San Diego Zoo founder Harry Wegeforth is being restored and renovated by the Junior League of San Diego.

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Pacific Beach Apartments Sold For $4.5M

Complex has 14 apartments

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Kensington Apartments Sold For $4.3 million

Complex has 16 apartments

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Oceanside Apartments Sold For $3.8M

Complex has 12 apartments

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Carlsbad Industrial Building Renovated

BLT Enterprises acquired the building in 2017

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Boxing Club Aims to Succeed in East Village

Neighborhood’s Future Is Bright, But There Are Present Challenges

Artem Sharoshkin figured that he found the perfect location when he opened The Boxing Club in East Village on the bottom floor of the Shift apartments nearly a year ago.

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Housing Development Has a Historical Touch

RESIDENTIAL: Project Is Mostly Single-Story Homes Which Start at $1M

A historic Bonita home that was built for the son of President Ulysses S. Grant will be restored and sold as part of a single-family housing development.

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Expected Weak Economy May Not Put Big Dent In CRE Fortunes

Forecast Sees Office And Industrial Making A Strong Comeback

Despite growing concern that a recession may be looming, expectations for commercial real estate in San Diego and elsewhere in the state are increasingly optimistic.

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Development Faces Environmental Hurdles

PROPERTY: Project Plans Ways to Fit in Eco-Sensitive Location

Cisterra Development plans to build a 420,000 square-foot office complex in Carmel Valley on an 11-acre site south of state Route 56 that it’s calling The Preserve at Torrey Highlands.

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Kearny Mesa Office Park Sold For $11.2M

Futura Business Park has three buildings

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