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Qualcomm Predicts 5G Devices Will Be Available in Q1 2020

Co. Rolls Out Premium and High-Tier Chips for 5G

Qualcomm Inc. introduced a trio of chips for fifth-generation (5G) mobile devices at its 2019 Snapdragon Tech Summit earlier this month.

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Startup San Diego Names Top Executive

Startup San Diego has named Alexa-Rae Navarro as its executive director.

Sorrento Valley Building Leased For $7.5M

Lease is for 10-years

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Mobile Home Park Sold For $8.6M

Property has 22 spaces

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Survey Finds Rents Down For First Time in 5 Years

Vacancy Rates Up, For Apartments; Home Prices Up 1%

Good news for renters and homebuyers comes this month with word that rents have stabilized or dropped slightly in San Diego County.

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The $34M Bluewater and $29M Stella to Provide Affordable Housing

New Grantville Complexes Have Total of 158 Units

A pair of apartment projects that provide housing for veterans and people who were homeless or in danger of becoming homeless has opened in Grantville.

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Paired With Shops, Winery Flourishes

RETAIL: Environment Is Perfect for Events, Makes It a Destination

Bernardo Winery was founded in 1889. At 130 years old, it is the oldest winery in Southern California.

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ERs Pledge to Make Senior Care a Priority

HEALTH: Protocols Made For Treatments, Tracking

Windows letting in natural light. Nonslip floors. Sound-absorbing walls...

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Firm Has Hot Hand Designing Stations

DESIGN: Proximity of Workspace, Living Space Presents Challenges

Fire stations really do have poles for firefighters to slide down to get quickly from floor to floor, just like they did in decades past.

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SDBJ INSIDER: Creating a Roman Holiday to Remember

If a chariot is how you roll, you will appreciate the work two San Diego companies did for Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

Wide Appeal Expected From Renovated Mission Bay Resort

TOURISM: Name Change, $21M Renovation Set to Debut in January

A year after Pebblebrook Hotel Trust became its owner and after completing a $21 million renovation, San Diego Mission Bay Resort will open January 2020.

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Zentalis Receives $85M in Funding To Target Cancer

BIOTECH: Quiet Biotech Raised $147 Million Since Founding

Cancer drug developer Zentalis Pharmaceuticals recently surfaced with an $85 million round.

For Real Estate Marketing, It’s Lights, Camera, Transaction

RESIDENTIAL: Co. Uses Video to Create Community Connection and Sales

Two San Diego County men with an interest in video filmmaking and drones two years ago formed a company to make and market video presentations of real estate projects.

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Cubic Acquisitions Face a Common Foe: Traffic Congestion

TECHNOLOGY: Trio of Businesses Pursues Market Worth Tens of Billions

It has been roughly one year since Cubic Corp. brought aboard a couple of large acquisitions in the traffic management space.

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Fast-Casual Mediterranean Chain Plans 10th S.D. Location

DINING: Restaurant’s Healthful Reputation Gives It Room to Experiment

In 2018, Daphne’s Inc., a Mediterranean fast-casual restaurant chain, was acquired by Los Angeles-based Elite Restaurant Group for an undisclosed amount.

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Demand for Medical Office Space Drives Rents Up, Vacancies Down

PROPERTY: Cost Concerns, Demographics Changes Stress System

Demand for medical office space is so high in San Diego County.

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Dinner Lets You Savor Sights, Sounds and, of Course, Food

DINING: Diners and Even Chefs Find a Creative Experience

From February 6, 2020 to March 8, 2020, Dinner With A View will set up its pop-up dining experience — where guests dine in domes — in San Diego’s Liberty Station.

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French Pharma Company to Pay $2.5 Billion for Synthorx

Co.’s Protein Engineering Could Treat More Than Just Cancer

French pharmaceutical Sanofi will pay $2.5 billion to buy Synthorx.

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Lower Drug Costs Now Act Passes House; Biocom Opposes

Group Says Legislation Would Hurt California Cos.

Biocom, an association representing the life science industry, has voiced its opposition to the House legislation known as the Lower Drug Costs Now Act.

Northrop Grumman Receives Contract To Upgrade Fire Scout Electronics

Navy Is Studying How to Equip Aircraft With Weapons

The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in November and December.

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