SD REAL ESTATE

LPC West Buys Industrial Buildings In S.D. and Chula Vista

Purchase totals more than 175,000 square feet.

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Irvine Company Buys Torrey Hills Offices

Purchase shows San Diego's appeal as a center of innovation.

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SDBJ Accepting Nominations for Best Real Estate Deals

The deadline to nominate is Feb. 16.

Church Sells North Park Property For Future Development

New Visions Fellowship Will Continue To Use Site Under Lease

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Developer’s Good Neighbor Policy Pays Off for Project

When Tim Wright first saw the property at the end of Indiana Street on the edge of Balboa Park, he knew he wanted to do something different with it.

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Californa Bank & Trust Buys Hillcrest Property

Bank was using the building as a branch office

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Pacific Beach Apartments Sold for $2M

Complex has five apartments and four one-car garages.

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North Park Apartments Sold for $32.3M

A recently renovated North Park apartment complex has been sold.

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New Retirement Community On Tap For Scripps Ranch

Construction will start within the next few weeks on The Glen at Scripps Ranch.

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New Apartment Complex to Provide 52 Units for Veterans

PROPERTY: Rents At Complex to Be Subsidized By Vouchers

A vacant lot in Normal Heights is being transformed into an apartment complex for homeless veterans.

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Four-Building Complex near SDSU Sold for $21M

The complex includes 86 apartments and three commercial spaces.

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Several Projects in Works to Serve Homeless and Low Income Tenants

Affordable housing for homeless families, individuals and veterans as well as for low income families is getting a boost with several projects opening or under construction.

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Carlsbad Condos Defect Lawsuits Settled for $15.6M

The condominiums at 2100 Costa Del Mar Road were built between 2006 and 2007 and sold to 82 homeowners.

Lakeside Apartments Sold for $3.2M

Two projects are part of the sale.

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Office Rents Are Expected to Continue Their Climb in 2018

Renting office space in San Diego is getting pricier, with the amount of money landlords want climbing closer to or matching peaks reached prior to the recession.

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