PROPERTY: San Ysidro Site Includes Theater, Education Space, Housing
A 92-year-old former San Ysidro church will be resurrected as a neighborhood theater as part of a mixed-use project that includes affordable housing and classroom space for the UC San Diego.
PROPERTY: Small Low-Cost Units Being Built for Veterans
Living in converted shipping containers stacked one on top of another or side by side may sound like something out of a dystopian science fiction novel, but that’s exactly what one San Diego developer sees as a way to help homeless veterans get off the streets.
Ware Malcomb design firm has relocated its San Diego headquarters to a renovated Sorrento Valley office building meant to showcase the firm’s work and its history.
More new hotels were built in San Diego County in 2018 than in any other year since 2000, according to Atlas Hospitality Group.
It’s not exactly astonishing news, but a company that compiles all kinds of statistics on home buying — Zillow Group — reported in January that first-time homebuyers in San Diego County make more money than people who aren’t in the market to buy.
Apartments are in Portland suburb of Wilsonville
2019 Look Ahead: REAL ESTATE
More hotels are coming to downtown San Diego in 2019, with a total of 2,444 rooms expected to come on line throughout San Diego County.
Demand for office space is expected to remain strong in San Diego through 2019, according to commercial real estate brokers.
Tower 16 Capital Partners plans $4 million in renovations
Property, People and Perceptions of Region to Change With Apple’s Arrival
Apple Inc. is expected to lease a UTC building owned by the Irvine Co. as it brings more than 1,000 new jobs to San Diego over the next three years, according to brokers and others who are following Apple’s move.
Despite a softening in the market for single family homes in San Diego, rising interest rates have offset any advantage the slowdown may have given prospective buyers, according to a company that monitors residential housing.
2019 Look Ahead: REAL ESTATE
Part of Kilroy Realty’s One Paseo mixed-use development in Carmel Valley will open to the public in 2019 as construction moves ahead on the rest of the project.
A new affordable housing complex has opened in Pacific Highlands Ranch —Luna at Pacific Highlands Ranch with 77 apartments available for lease.
San Diego’s reputation as a home for growing life science companies drew the attention of a Boston developer, who picked the city for its West Coast expansion.
Mark Dankberg said he wanted to create a place where people like to work when Viasat expanded its Carlsbad corporate headquarters.
San Diego County home sales were down significantly in November, continuing a trend that real estate agents started noticing at the end of summer.
After more than a decade of planning and a flurry of lawsuits, developer Doug Manchester in June broke ground for construction of the $1.5 billion Manchester Pacific Gateway project to remake 13.5 acres of downtown San Diego.
A drive to expand the San Diego Convention Center sputtered when it was ruled that a count of eligible voters came up short, thus, failing to get a financing plan to pay for an expansion on the November ballot.
Adam Robinson’s RAF Pacifica scored one of the biggest real estate deals of the year in October with the $170 million sale of 12 industrial and office buildings in North County and Temecula.
C.W. Driver Cos. recently broke ground in Santee on what the company said will be the first-in-the-nation zero net energy building to maintain strict temperature and humidity conditions for storing archives.
San Diego State University won big time in 2018 when voters gave the university the right to expand onto the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.
High occupancy rates and rising rents are good news for San Diego apartment investors, but the flip side of that is that a good chunk of San Diego renters are looking to move elsewhere, indicating that apartment owners might have a growing turnover.
Downtown San Diego has a new hotel that “flips the conventional hotel service model on its head.”
PROPERTY: High-Density Development Reshaping Area
Before there was Mission Valley, there was El Cajon Boulevard. It was the place to go in San Diego to shop and dine. It was the main route into the city from the east.
Demand for rental apartments has reached near record highs in San Diego, even as the market for single family home sales continues to soften.