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Owners of the Genesis at Campus Point office property in University Town Center have obtained $96.4 million in financing for a planned renovation of the four-building complex, according to real estate services provider HFF, which arranged the financing.
M2 Ingredients, a grower and processor of organic mushrooms used in nutritional supplements and other products, plans to expand by more than 64,000 square feet in Carlsbad after signing an $8.16 million industrial lease, according to brokerage company Lee & Associates.
Mall operator Westfield Inc. plans to transfer its Westfield Carlsbad mall to rival shopping center operator Rouse Properties LP, according to documents filed with the city of Carlsbad. Financial terms and other details of a full or partial sale of the property, formerly known as Westfield Plaza Camino Real, were not immediately available.
Former San Diego Padres President Charles E. Black has been named to lead the development team overseeing construction of Metropolitan Airpark, a $1 billion, multi-phase commercial project planned at Brown Field Municipal Airport in Otay Mesa.
Developers have started construction on IDEA1, a $90 million, mixed-use project in downtown San Diego’s East Village.
San Diego-based Bartell Hotels has purchased the 211-room San Diego Airport Hilton Hotel on Harbor Island for $37.7 million, the company announced.
Owner Pacifica Host Hotels recently completed initial phases of a $12 million renovation at the vintage La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla, with improvements covering the property’s guest rooms, front entry, lobby lounge and 10th-floor Sky Suite.
Home values in San Diego and Carlsbad grew at a slower pace than the national average, increasing 5.4 percent over the past year compared to 6.4 percent nationwide, according to a report Tuesday from CoreLogic.
Four local apartment properties recently got new owners, including a 25-unit El Cajon community purchased by Tustin-based Pan American Properties for $3.2 million.
Industrial properties recently changed hands in San Diego and Oceanside, including two Rancho Bernardo buildings purchased by Trademark Construction Co. for approximately $2.79 million.
San Diego-based developer Sunroad Enterprises recently completed more than $2 million in renovations at its office property in Carlsbad, known as Bloom Offices at 5858 Dryden Place.
San Diego County’s construction starts declined 37 percent from a year ago in the first nine months of 2015, to a value of approximately $2.2 billion, according to the latest monthly figures from Dodge Data & Analytics.
San Diego-based Murphy Development has broken ground on a planned $18.3 million industrial building in Otay Mesa, which the company said marks that neighborhood’s first speculative industrial project since 2007.
AleSmith Brewing Co. recently opened the doors in Miramar to the region’s latest temple of taps — what the company bills as San Diego County’s largest brewery tasting room, spanning 25,000 square feet.
San Diego-based Retail Opportunity Investments Corp., also known as ROIC, reported total revenue of $50.1 million in its third quarter ending Sept. 30, an increase of 22.5 percent from the year-ago period.