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Tech Firms Join the Tenant Roster at Emmes’ Downtown Tower

Technology companies CPC Strategy and Dev Bootcamp have signed leases to join the tenant lineup at the 707 Broadway office tower in downtown San Diego, building owner Emmes Realty Services of California LLC announced.

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Claim Jumper Restaurant Is Planned for Downtown Wyndham Hotel

Port district commissioners have approved a sublease arrangement that will bring a new Claim Jumper restaurant to the existing Wyndham San Diego Bayside hotel in downtown San Diego.

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Sunroad Buys Nevada, Arizona Apartments for $65.7 Million

San Diego-based Sunroad Enterprises has acquired two apartment properties in Nevada and Arizona, in separate deals totaling $65.7 million, the company announced.

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Wireless Tech Firm Ingenu Takes New Space in Scripps Ranch

Wireless technology company Ingenu has signed a new lease for 27,855 square feet of office space at the Horizon Tech Center in Scripps Ranch, property owner KBS Real Estate Investment Trust II announced.

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Lemon Grove Auto Sales Property Sold for $5.38 Million

San Diego investor Dan Floit has purchased an auto sales building and adjacent land in Lemon Grove for approximately $5.38 million, according to commercial real estate services firm Retail Insite.

Keg N Bottle Stores ‘Deliver’ for Amazon’s Alcohol Service

RETAIL: It Is Part of Of Prime Now App’s Expanding Services

For San Diego retailer Keg N Bottle, sales of beer, wine and spirits are nearly always brisker at its nine stores in the week leading up to Super Bowl Sunday.

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Planning Commission Set to Review Revised One Paseo

PROPERTY: Downsized Version Cuts Office, Retail Space in $600M Project

The San Diego Planning Commission, likely in March, will be reviewing a significantly downsized version of One Paseo, the Carmel Valley mixed-use project which last year spurred three community lawsuits after it was originally approved by the San Diego City Council.

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Planes, Trains Getting Bigger Role at Border

ECONOMY: Rail Upgrade, Airpark Bring Opportunities

After years of major upgrades to accommodate automobiles, infrastructure improvements in the San Diego-Mexico border region are about to shift decidedly in favor of planes and trains. And observers say there are multiple implications for commerce and business competitiveness in the cross-border area.

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Blackstone Buys Oceanside Commercial Properties for $13.5 Million

An affiliate of New York-based Blackstone Group LP has purchased 16 buildings and land parcels at Pacific Coast Business Park in Oceanside for approximately $13.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Kearny Mesa Industrial Building Sells for $4.85 Million

Locally based Thomas M. Murray Trust has acquired a Kearny Mesa industrial building for $4.85 million, according to brokerage company Marcus & Millichap.

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