HOUSING: Owner Repositions Property As Condominiums
Harkening back to the heady pre-recession days of the housing boom, a San Diego developer has converted a Bankers Hill apartment complex into condominiums that are selling at a price well below newer projects in the neighborhood.
PROPERTY: Housing Commission Estimates Room for 5,500
Granny flats are being looked at by the San Diego Housing Commission as one way to help ease the region’s housing crisis.
OFFICE: Blue Bottle, Mendocino Farms Will Move In
With $55 million of redevelopment work still under way, the 25-story downtown San Diego office building that’s been renamed Tower 180 has signed up two tenants for some of the retail space.
OFFICE: Monthly Rents Expected to Rise 3% to 4% By Year’s End
Demand for office space is getting ever more intense, according to a report from the commercial brokerage firm Colliers International.
property: Retreat On Point Loma Takes Cues From Spas, Mexico
The upward sloping drive to this exceptional Point Loma estate leads past a two-story guest house at the bottom of the property toward a large motor court with a whimsical fountain in its center.
RESIDENTIAL: Full Complement of Amenities Provided
Renters with cash to spare can finally move into what has to be one of the priciest apartments in San Diego County — the penthouse suite atop Park 12 — The Collection overlooking Petco Park.
According to a news release, the shared pod hotel concept is expected to be one of the first of its kind in the country.
DINING: Rating System’s Recognition to Show Advances in Food Scene
By the end of the summer, San Diego plans to join the elite group of cities in the state of California — so far, only San Francisco — to feature Michelin-rated restaurants.
TRAVEL: Gaslamp Property Came With Construction Challenges
Downtown San Diego is about to get a new boutique European-style hotel in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter — the first to carry the AC Hotels by Marriott brand.