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Planning Commission Recommends Changes and Forwards One Paseo Project to City Council

The San Diego Planning Commission has forwarded to City Council a controversial $650 million mixed-use development, called One Paseo, proposed for Carmel Valley.

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Otay Mesa Industrial Building Sold for $5 Million

Dallas-based TriGate Capital LLC and Lotus Real Estate Partners of Irvine have purchased an Otay Mesa industrial property for approximately $5 million, according to a statement from the buyers.

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Chipotle Mexican Grill Opens Its First Military Location at MCAS Miramar

Denver-based Chipotle Mexican Grill has opened its first military base restaurant at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego.

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Pace of Construction Projects Slows as MCI West Winds Down

CONSTRUCTION: Shift Toward Pacific Region Strategy Brought Work

Military base construction projects remain a potent economic driver in San Diego County, but not with the same impact seen in the 2007-2012 period when the Defense Department completed $4 billion in enhancements to local installations, according to the San Diego Military Advisory Council.

Pendry Joins the List of Luxury Downtown Hotel Projects

Two more high-profile, hospitality-related projects recently broke ground in San Diego’s downtown area, giving continued heft to its status as the region’s prime hot spot for new development.

Surf Air Expands To Carlsbad

Surf Air, a private-membership airline using small aircraft, plans to begin service to McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad on Nov. 18.

Signatures on Wage Referendum Validated

WORKFORCE: City Council Can Act or Measure Goes to Ballot

Registrar of Voters has validated signatures collected by opponents of a recently approved hike in San Diego’s minimum wage, meaning enforcement will be delayed until the issue is decided by voters.

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Housing Seen as Key for Border Region Growth

PROPERTY: Infrastructure Improvements Being Made

Pieces are slowly falling into place to turn the Otay Mesa region into a vibrant future hub of cross-border business activity. And if one recent high-profile deal is an indicator, observers say the border-adjacent region could become more attractive to those investing in residential projects.

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Otay Mesa Industrial Property Purchased for $5 Million

Dallas-based TriGate Capital LLC and Lotus Real Estate Partners of Irvine have purchased an Otay Mesa industrial property for approximately $5 million, according to a statement from the buyers.

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Chipotle Opens First Military Location at MCAS Miramar

Denver-based Chipotle Mexican Grill has opened its first military base restaurant at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego.

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