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The three finalists in San Diego Venture Group’s annual PitchFest have been selected from a list of more than 90 contestants: student housing search service OnMyBlock, “focused ultrasound” medical device startup Sonrgy Inc. and trust fund service provider TrustEgg.
San Diego-based Trigild has closed a $50.8 million sale of a Rancho Cucamonga office building for which it had been appointed receiver.
Carlsbad-based West Living, which owns and operates hospitality-based senior living communities, plans to develop a new assisted living and memory care community in Corona.
A local environmental group has filed a lawsuit challenging the California Coastal Commission’s October approval of plans for a $520 million expansion of San Diego Convention Center.
Providence Perris Apartments LLC of Encinitas has acquired the 122-unit Royal Oaks, a senior apartment community in San Marcos, for approximately $18.8 million.
San Diego County’s contracts awarded for future construction declined 1 percent from a year ago in the first 10 months of 2013, according to new data from McGraw Hill Construction.
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BioMed Realty Trust Inc. is betting that rising financial interest in the life-sciences sector — in the form of increased venture funding, public stock offerings and high-profile acquisitions — will translate into tenants seeking to occupy its new campus planned for University Towne Center.
GC Properties of San Diego has purchased two El Cajon apartment communities for a total of approximately $5.2 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Drawbridge Realty Trust of San Francisco has purchased a Rancho Bernardo office building that houses Broadcom Corp., for $36.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Locally based craft beer brewer Ballast Point has signed a 15-year, $16 million lease deal to occupy a 106,584-square-foot industrial facility in San Diego’s Miramar submarket.
Guild Mortgage Co., the San Diego mortgage bank that started here in 1960, continued opening new offices around the country, including eight in South Carolina since mid-2012.
The Mission Bell Apartment Homes in Escondido was sold to Bayside LLC for $5,175,000, according to Cushman & Wakefield.
Construction in San Diego County and elsewhere in Southern California should continue to see recovery in 2014, led by coastal development of new apartments, according to a forecast by locally based consulting firm Xpera Group.
Directeur LLC and Immobilier Funds of Rancho Santa Fe have purchased the 28-unit Cota Arms Apartments in North Park for $7 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.