The commercial real estate firm JLL is expanding in San Diego County, opening satellite offices in Carlsbad.
Complex includes 10 apartments and 1,820 square feet of commercial space
PROPERTY: Key Updates, Amenities Are Alternatives to New Building
A 37-year-old Scripps Ranch industrial building has been gutted, renovated and put back on the block in what some real estate brokers said is a market that’s exceptionally tight but among the most desirable in the region for industrial space.
Workers at Erickson-Hall Construction Co. based in Escondido will eventually own the company under a plan put in place by the company’s founders, David Erickson and Michael Hall.
BUILDING: Tariffs, Demand for Materials Likely to Boost Prices
A year ago, construction costs were rising so fast with fear of tariffs so shaking the industry that some contractors started stockpiling materials. That’s over, with many San Diego County contractors predicting a slow but steady rise in costs through the end of 2019.
Building a new Porsche dealership in Carlsbad for came with some special challenges for Dempsey Construction.
PROPERTY: CEO Made Leadership Changes, Created An Experiential Setting
Lawsuits didn’t stop it. A referendum didn’t stop it. Not even the worst economic slowdown since the Great Depression stopped it.
San Diego developer Tim Foley turned what could have been a simple North Park apartment development into one with many moving parts, including a 2,300 square-foot house that had to be relocated.
Moving back home with mom and dad might be the fastest way for someone to save enough money to make a down payment on a home, according to Zillow Group, a real estate monitoring service.
Rental rates for office and industrial property in San Diego County have risen above the peak set just prior to the Great Recession, according to JLL, a commercial real estate firm.
PROPERTY: New Apartments, Class A Renovation Set for Site
The final pieces of the Spectrum development that has redefined a central part of Kearny Mesa are about to fall into place.
An East Village apartment building that was used as student housing for Thomas Jefferson Law School has been sold for $46.6 million.
Las Vegas has been picked for a $400 million development project by the San Diego-based Matter Real Estate Group, not that the company is ignoring its hometown.
RETAIL: Smaller Spaces Meet Still Strong Retail Demand
Big-box retail spaces that once were home to such retail giants as Sears and Toys R Us are proving to be a hot commodity in San Diego County.
With Two Hotels Under Construction, Downtown Oceanside Continues to Draw Businesses That Are Reshaping the Area
When S.D. Malkin Properties began its quest to build a pair of beachfront resort hotels in downtown Oceanside more than a decade ago, much of the surrounding area was a collection of vacant lots used for parking.
PROPERTY: Escondido Project to Create Scene, Boost Business Traffic
A former hospital campus on the edge of downtown Escondido may be transformed into a condominium and apartment project that proponents hope would help invigorate the city’s urban core.
BIOTECH: Why Pay More Is One Company’s Philosophy
When Ionis Pharmaceuticals was looking for a new home, it chose Carlsbad over the more traditional sites for life science companies in central San Diego County.
A 20-acre site in what was once farmland in the Twin Oaks Valley Region of San Marcos is being transformed into a campus for what will become a model development for providing services to the developmentally disabled.
REAL ESTATE: Raw Land Scarce, Reuse Eyed in North County
Despite the shrinking inventory of raw land, demand for North County property is going strong, with low vacancy rates for industrial and office property.
Sudberry Properties is building so many apartment projects so fast that it is creating its own residential development division to oversee them.
Commercial Real Estate: Real Estate Investors Eyeing S.D.; Growth Rate of 15 Percent Predicted in 2019
San Diego will be one of the 10 hot spots in the nation in 2019 for commercial real estate investment, according to a company that provides environmental reports on commercial real estate property.
PROPERTY: Oversupply Said Not to Be a Problem; More Development Expected
East Village, the site of many a new luxury apartment tower, is getting something different — an apartment project that is relatively short at seven stories and not all glass and steel like many of its competitors.
In 1983, Doug Barnhart created what became San Diego’s biggest home-grown construction company — Douglas E. Barnhart Inc. Then, in 2008, he sold it when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.