Ray Huard

Reporter

Email: rhuard@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-277-8904

Recent Stories

Carlsbad Office Building Sold For $8.8M

Building was 72 percent leased

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Former Mission Federal Building Sold For $10.4M

Building is in Sorrento Mesa

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Apartment Complex Sold For Nearly $3.3M

Complex has 23 apartments

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Real Estate Deals: June 17, 2019

New properties sold. A Normal Heights apartment building has been sold for nearly $2 million.

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Pathfinder’s Projects Are Being Built All Around County

Company Partners To Build Creekside Apartments in Vista

San Diego’s Pathfinder Partners has just finished construction of Creekside Apartments adjacent to the Vista Village shopping center in Vista and has nearly finished a second Vista apartment project at Melrose Drive and Breeze Hill Road.

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North Park Draws Apartment Developers

PROPERTY: Food, Nightlife Scene Help Fill the Rentals

Developers are turning their attention to North Park in hopes of drawing renters who want an urban lifestyle with a funky touch but eschew the more hectic downtown lifestyle.

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El Cajon Apartments Sold For Nearly $13M

Complex has 56 apartments

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Civic San Diego Likely to Slide Into Consulting Role

DEVELOPMENT: Project Approvals to Move to City Development Services Dept.

Give us a chance, is what city planning officials are asking as they present plans to take over the downtown planning and permitting duties that have been handled by Civic San Diego — the independent agency created in 2012 to oversee downtown development.

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Sudberry Building Business Park On 50 Acre Site

Company Plans To Develop the Project in Stages

Sudberry Properties has started construction of a 409,500 square-foot business park in Chula Vista that will include a mix of commercial and industrial projects.

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Developers Cater to Millennials’ Tastes For Good Reasons

Downtown and North Park Projects Focus on Younger Set

San Diego developers who focus what they build on so-called millennials are right on target when it comes reaching the biggest market.

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