HOSPITALITY

Chatham buys Gaslamp Residence Inn for reported $90 million

Palm Beach, Fla.-based Chatham Lodging Trust (NYSE: CLDT) says it has acquired the 240-room Residence Inn San Diego Downtown-Gaslamp Quarter for a reported $90 million or $375,000 per room.

REAL ESTATE

54th Street Apartments in Oak Park sold

The three-building, 12-unit 54th Street Apartments complex in Oak Park at 2959-2965, 2967-2973 and 2975-2981 54th St., San Diego 92105, has been sold for $1.75 million.

HOSPITALITY

New company promises meal deliveries in 15 minutes

If you don’t feel like leaving the house or can’t escape the office to pick up lunch, a new tech company says it can have a hot meal sent to your doorstep in just 15 minutes.

REAL ESTATE

900,000 homes at high fire risk in US, CoreLogic reports

BIOTECH

Epic Sciences appoints Bernard as chief commercial officer

FINANCE

Sempra reports net income, even with SONGS

BIOTECH

Nascent, Mapp awarded SBIR grant for brain cancer therapy

CONSTRUCTION

Airport authority considers four plans to revamp terminals

LAW

Escondido Country Club case heads back to court

REAL ESTATE

Atkins releases affordable-housing plans

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Affordable housing fee proposed

Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins announced a proposal Wednesday to expand affordable housing in California by charging a $75 fee to record some real estate documents.

$456 million Prebys Cardiovascular Institute in La Jolla completed

Construction is completed on the new 383,000-square-foot Prebys Cardiovascular Institute and adjacent 26,000-square-foot central energy plant on the Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla campus at 9888 Genesee Ave.

Chatham buys Gaslamp Residence Inn for reported $90 million

Palm Beach, Fla.-based Chatham Lodging Trust (NYSE: CLDT) says it has acquired the 240-room Residence Inn San Diego Downtown-Gaslamp Quarter for a reported $90 million or $375,000 per room.

900,000 homes at high fire risk in US, CoreLogic reports

More than 11,000 homes in the San Diego-Carlsbad region are at high risk for wildfire damage, according to CoreLogic.

January nonresidential building contracts increase

The first Dodge Data & Analytics monthly building construction report for 2015 shows new nonresidential building contracts resulted in larger procurements compared to new residential contracts -- a familiar pattern for the San Diego area.

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BUSINESS NEWS VIDEOS

In The News

San Diego’s business news has the battle over the future of the now former Escondido Country Club heading back to court, and four plans to replace Terminal 1  and expand Terminal 2 West are in development.
 

Feature Videos

Navy, Marine leaders tour 3 ships returning to SD

Reporter Katherine Connor embarked on the USS Makin Island, USS Comstock and USS San Diego the day before the Amphibious Readiness Group returned to San Diego from a seven-month deployment, as top Navy and Marine Corps brass commended the sailor and Marines for a job well done.

Special Reports

Building San Diego - 2015

The nuts and bolts of construction in San Diego, from commercial and residential project updates to a review of how the industry is faring.

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From land owned by the Santa Fe Railroad to becoming a choice location for the privileged, Rancho Santa Fe’s early history changed drastically. But for the past 90 years, it has remained an exclusive residential community with homes situated on expansive lots, offering its well-heeled residents privacy, peace and quiet.