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Multifamily Tower Planned After $15.2M Property Buys in Little Italy

An affiliate of San Diego-based AAA Management LLC has acquired two land parcels in downtown’s Little Italy for a total of $15.2 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Kearny Mesa Office Building Sold for $5.87 Million

San Diego-headquartered Castle Investment Co. Inc. has acquired a Kearny Mesa office building for $5.87 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Kearny Mesa Office Building Sells for $5.87 Million

San Diego-headquartered Castle Investment Co. Inc. has acquired a Kearny Mesa office building for $5.87 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Little Italy Multifamily Tower Planned After $15.2M Property Buys

An affiliate of San Diego-based AAA Management LLC has acquired two land parcels in downtown’s Little Italy for a total of $15.2 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

Tourism Authority: Nearly 35 Million Visited San Diego in 2016

San Diego hosted a record 34.9 million visitors who spent $10.4 billion in the region during calendar year 2016, according to the latest annual data from the San Diego Tourism Authority.

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Port, Coastal Commission Clash Over Portside Pier Project

PROPERTY: Port Claims Development Is Non-Appealable

San Diego and California coastal officials are seeking to resolve a jurisdictional dispute that could delay the long-discussed redevelopment of the downtown waterfront site that was home to the recently closed Anthony’s Fish Grotto.

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Renovate America Relocating Rancho Bernardo Headquarters

San Diego-based Renovate America Inc. has leased 160,000 square feet at Rancho Vista Corporate Center in Rancho Bernardo, where it plans to relocate its headquarters in September of this year, according to brokerage firm CBRE Group Inc.

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Closings Show Whole Foods Not Immune to Competitive Realities

Shoppers in Encinitas are about to witness something that has rarely been seen during the past 36 years: the closing of a Whole Foods Market.

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Pop-Up Stores Bring Lively Vibe to Mall Mix

RETAIL: Active Atmosphere Boosts Traffic, Helps Tenants

Pop-up stores may be short-term players in the retail space but they are providing long-term opportunities for malls and shopping centers.

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Surf Air to Begin Service Between San Diego and Los Angeles

Santa Monica-headquartered Surf Air, which offers unlimited flights to commuters who pay a monthly membership fee, plans to start new service between San Diego and Los Angeles this spring.

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