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'Mister A’s Building’ at Bankers Hill Gets New Owners

San Diego-based investment firm BBL Commercial Real Estate and Westbrook Partners of New York City have purchased the Fifth Avenue Financial Center in Bankers Hill, better known locally as “The Mister A’s Building,” BBL officials announced.

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State Funding Clears Way for Horton Plaza Park Construction

The California Department of Finance has approved $4.9 million in funding, needed to move forward with development of the $17.7 million Horton Plaza Park project in downtown San Diego.

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Local Developers Begin $5.6 Million Townhome Project in Chula Vista

Private equity firm Pathfinder Partners LLC and developer Lanshire Housing Partners LLC, both of San Diego, have broken ground on Bahia Vista Townhomes, a $5.6 million multifamily project in Chula Vista’s Marina District.

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Local Contracts for Planned Future Construction Increase 50% in First Half

San Diego County contracts for future construction rose 50 percent from a year ago in the first six months of 2014, with residential and nonresidential projects topping $2.63 billion, according to the latest data from McGraw Hill Construction.

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Lincoln Property Buys SKLZ Headquarters Building for $21 Million

Denali California Faraday Industrial LLC, an entity of Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co., has purchased the Carlsbad building housing the corporate headquarters of SKLZ for $21 million.

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Escondido Apartments Sold for $7.9 Million

Viewpoint Equities Inc. of San Diego has purchased a 51-unit apartment building in Escondido for approximately $7.9 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

Bigger Budget Approved for Park Planned at Horton Plaza

Not much has happened at the site of the former Robinsons-May building since it was torn down more than a year ago to make way for a new downtown public square park at Horton Plaza.

Something for Everyone

PROPERTY: Varied Office, Industrial Markets Give Tenants Options

Trends like the comeback of San Diego’s downtown urban core, along with rising space demand fueled by the booming craft beer industry, contributed to continuing improvement in the region’s office and industrial real estate markets in the first half of 2014.

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Green Flash Brewing to Distribute in Europe, Expand to Poway

Beverage: San Diego Beer Maker’s Product Now Sold in 11 Other Countries

San Diego-based Green Flash Brewing Co. is the latest expanding beer-maker to extend the reach of its popular brews well beyond U.S. borders.

Fish Market to Lure Visitors to Waterfront

ECONOMY: It May Boost Commercial Fishing, Tourism

Local operators and government officials believe a fresh-seafood market debuting soon on the downtown San Diego waterfront could be a good first step toward restoring what was once a much more vibrant regional fishing economy.

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