Del Mar

GENERAL

Seaside Courier newspaper has new owner

Nine months after launching the Seaside Courier, a community newspaper based in Encinitas, former San Diego City Councilman Jim Madaffer has sold the paper.

GENERAL

Direct marketers will host mixer in Del Mar

The San Diego Direct Marketing Association will host “Summer Chiller,” a free networking mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 20, at Cucina Enoteca restaurant and wine shop at Flower Hill Mall, 2730 Via de la Valle, Del Mar.

REAL ESTATE

Innovative 'Make' project set for Carlsbad

Construction is underway on the Del Mar-based Cruzan development firm's "Make" project to transform the 175,000-square-foot Carlsbad Floral International Trade Center building into a Class A office property.

HOSPITALITY

MiresBall rebrands Brigantine, Miguel’s restaurants

REAL ESTATE

Owners navigate Coastal Premier through all economic tides

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Visitor Information

Del Mar is a small seaside village bordered by saltwater lagoons and is a native habitat for the Torrey Pine, the rarest pine species in the Northern Hemisphere. Approximately 20 minutes north of downtown San Diego, it was first populated in 1882 when Southern California Railroad man Theodore Loop erected a tent city on the beach. Del Mar gets its name from Loop’s wife, Ella, who named the beach after a poem by Bayard Taylor, “The Fight on Paseo Del Mar.”

With a population of 4,261, Del Mar remains pedestrian-oriented and intimately scaled, a rustic village-in-the-woods best known for its world-class thoroughbred racetrack, county fair, shopping and restaurants.

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The affluent beachside hideaway of Del Mar is a small city of approximately 1.7 square miles running alongside two miles of coastline. As of the 2012 census, it had a population of 4,261 with a median age of 48.6 and an estimated median household income of $106,675.

According to citydata.com, the most common industries for men residing in Del Mar are finance and insurance (23 percent) followed by professional, scientific and technical services (18 percent), which is also the second-most common industry for women (16 percent). The top industry for women living in Del Mar is in the area of health care and social assistance (19 percent). The most common occupations for men are top executives, and life and physical sciences. For women, top occupations are sales and business operations specialists.

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Del Mar Businesses

Shoreline Appraisals

399 Stratford Ct., Ste. 323
Del Mar, CA
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Spotlight on Del Mar

Just under 5,000 people reside in this affluent coastal town, which has a star-studded history dating back to Hollywood’s golden age. Several celebrities have called Del Mar home over the years, which is reflected today in the city’s street names and attractions. Every year, the population of Del Mar seems to explode, as visitors flock to the San Diego County Fair in the summer and following horse racing season. 

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Movie Theaters

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Del Mar Videos

The Real Deal: Office Sale of 2013

Reporter Carlos Rico sits down with Rick Reeder, senior managing director of Cassidy Turley, who was involved in the sale of the Heights at Del Mar, which sold for $126.35 million. This was named The Daily Transcript's office transaction of 2013.

View more at TheRealDeal.sddt.com

Newsmakers

Damian McKinney, McKinney Advisory Group

McKinney of McKinney Advisory Group believes in fiduciary obligation to his clients, adding to their bottom-line one real estate decision at a time.

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