Ray Huard

Reporter

Email: rhuard@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-361-8082

Recent Stories

Local Architect Says He is Living the American Dream

ARCHITECTURE: International Firm Known for Striking and Prominent Buildings

While in high school, Joseph Wong helped out in his parents’ restaurant with little idea of what he wanted to do with his life. “I had a very good drafting teacher at San Diego High School,” Wong said. ... “He suggested, ‘What about being an architect?’ It was like a light bulb.”

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Spreckels Theater Sold for $26.5M

Historic Downtown Building to Be Restored

The historic Spreckels Theater building – a San Diego landmark for more than a century - has been sold for $18 million with plans to restore the property.

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Co. Changes Plans for Theater Site

REDEVELOPMENT: Hotel Being Added to $350M Project

An Australian company - Caydon Property Group – has made significant changes to its plans to redevelop the former California Theater in downtown San Diego.

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First of Its Kind Facility

HEALTHCARE: $44M Health Institute Opens

North County’s healthcare options expanded with the April opening of a $44 million rehabilitation center on the 56-acre campus of Palomar Medical Center Escondido.

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He Went from Parking Cars to Owning a Law Firm

LEGAL: Attorney Specializes in Immigration Cases

Harsh treatment was behind Peter D. Chu’s decision to become a lawyer specializing in immigration cases.

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Housing Prices Reach Record Levels

Multiple Offers Becoming Commonplace

San Diego’s housing market is so hot heading into mid-year that agents report that buyers are paying well above the price sellers are listing – sometimes $100,000 or more regardless of appraised value.

Plaza Del Mar Refinanced

$35.3 million loan

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Kearny Mesa Office Lease Signed

Two floors leased

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