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Gas Station with Retail Planned after $3 Million Land Buy in Vista

J&T Business Management of Corona has purchased a 4.6-acre land parcel in Vista for approximately $3 million, with plans to build and operate a nationally branded gas station with additional retail, according to brokerage firm Lee & Associates.

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San Diego Apartment Property Sold for $3.6M

Fenway Properties I LLC of San Diego has purchased a 20-unit apartment property in the city’s Normal Heights neighborhood for $3.6 million, according to brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap.

Industrial Property Sells for $3.5 Million

A buyer recorded as TP Otay Mesa LLC has acquired a two-parcel industrial site in Otay Mesa for $3.5 million, according to brokerage firm Lee & Associates.

San Diego International Airport Traffic Rose 3 Percent in March

San Diego International Airport saw passenger traffic rise 3 percent in March over the same month of 2015, as the facility handled more than 1.7 million arriving and departing travelers.

ROIC Posts Increase in Revenue for First Quarter

Total first-quarter revenue at Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. (ROIC) rose 6.3 percent over the year-ago period, topping $42.6 million, the San Diego-based company reported.

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It’s Game On for Both Sides of Stadium Fight

Ballot: Chargers Field Fan Favorites; Other Side Submits Signatures

Two separate campaigns -- aimed at financing a future new downtown San Diego Chargers stadium, expanded convention facilities and possibly post-Chargers civic upgrades in Mission Valley – picked up significant momentum over the past 10 days.

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Paving The Way

Border Region Puts Transportation Infrastructure In Place to Support Free-Flowing Trade, Business and Commutes

Government leaders from both sides of the border recently marked what they said were major milestones impacting the long term-economic viability of the region where Otay Mesa meets Mexico’s Baja California.

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S.D. Not Waiting To Be Discovered

FILM: City Casts Itself Into The Competition for Shoots

After several re-takes and reboots over the past 40 years, the latest version of San Diego’s film commission is turning to the web — among other reconfigured elements — to boost the region’s profile in the increasingly competitive world of media production shoots.

Revenue Rises at American Assets Trust

American Assets Trust Inc. saw total revenue rise 7.1 percent from a year ago in its first quarter ending March 31, reaching $70.7 million, the San Diego-based real estate investment trust reported.

First Quarter Revenue, Net Income Rise at Realty Income Corp.

Realty Income Corp. posted an 8.2 percent increase in first-quarter revenue compared with the same period of 2015, topping $267.1 million, as net income available to common stockholders rose 4.9 percent, to $63.5 million.

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