It’s probably no real surprise, but Cushman & Wakefield recently reported that the life science industry was a driving force behind commercial real estate investment in San Diego and elsewhere in 2018 and is likely to perform well in 2019.
Investing in apartment projects continues to pay off throughout most of San Diego County with rents in most cities continuing to climb.
Fresh off its acquisition of 14 industrial buildings in Sorrento Valley, Longfellow Real Estate Partners based in Boston further cemented its position in San Diego by hiring local real estate veteran Nick Frasco as managing director of its West Coast operations.
Inspired by her travels in Indonesia, Thailand and other parts of Asia, Renee Linder has intuitively incorporated the four basic elements essential to life — earth, fire, water and air — into this home in Rancho Del Mar.
Buildings are in Carlsbad and Sorrento Mesa
The Boston-based development company that made a dramatic entry into the San Diego life-science market in November is expanding its local presence with a promise of more to come.
REAL ESTATE: Firm Persists, Grows, Adapts; Typical Sale is $1.2M
When Frederick L. Brown opened his real estate office in La Jolla in 1914, the seaside enclave had only recently gotten electricity, the streets were just starting to be paved and La Jolla had a population of less than 400.
PROPERTY: K1 Brings Unique Offering to Growing Field of High-End Apartments
A $120 million apartment tower that pays homage to San Diego’s Central Library is nearing completion in East Village in what brokers said is a robust market for new apartment construction that’s likely to continue in 2019.