Carmel Valley

REAL ESTATE

As seen on TV: Matt Battiata prefers real estate behind the scenes

Chances are good that you've seen the very public face of Matt Battiata. He's appeared in TV ads for The Battiata Real Estate Group since 2005. But when it comes to business, he's more of a behind-the-scenes owner/broker.

REAL ESTATE

Windermere manager says 2014 'shaping up OK'

Real estate agents need to have an unwavering focus on customer service to succeed not just in 2014, but in any year, said a North County broker who's been in the business 22 years.

REAL ESTATE

Jelley Properties' agents in region 'that people like to come to'

Joe Jelley has seen home prices go up along the North County coast about as many times as another plaque has gone up on his office wall.

REAL ESTATE

Taylor Morrison Homes buys Carmel Valley land

REAL ESTATE

Two office buildings on El Camino Real sold

Carmel Valley news archive

Visitor Information

Carmel Valley lies east of I-5 and Del Mar on the northern edge of the City of San Diego.  The earliest settlers were California Indians who left artifacts and metates along the Carmel Creek bed.  A Spanish soldier named the area Cordero; early American settlers named other areas such as McGonigle Canyon after themselves.

The Butterfield stage and pony express system ran along what is now El Camino Real.  In 1905, a group of Carmelite nuns built a monastery and dairy in the area changing its name again.  The area was agricultural and devoted to horse farms until the mid-1970s. 

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Carmel Valley Businesses

Caldarelli Hejmanowski Page

12340 El Camino Real, 430
San Diego, CA
  • Legal Services

Kilroy Realty

3611 Valley Center Dr.
San Diego, CA
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate - Commercial
  • Real Estate - Developers
  • Real Estate - Management
  • Real Estate - Research & Analysis
  • Real Estate - Services
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Homes for Sale

Movie Theaters

Listings of movie theaters are not available for this community.

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Carmel Valley Videos

Inside Legend 3D

June 19, 2012 -- Tierney Plumb speaks with Barry Sandrew about his company, Legend 3D, which converts blockbuster films from 2-D into 3-D.

Newsmakers

Rich Ina of Ina Wealth Management in Carmel Valley

Rich Ina of Ina Wealth Management in Carmel Valley discusses why wealth management plays such an important role in families and their unique approach to investing.

Upcoming Events

Big Data and Analytics in M2M

Thu, Apr 17
5:30pm 7:30pm
Latham & Watkins
San Diego
There has been a lot of talk about the potential of Big Data applied to the Internet of Things. The technology has matured to the point where remote sensors and devices generate tons of Internet data, often in real time, and millions of connected customers eagerly seek valuable health, security, and financial information. In order to seize related business opportunities, IOT business leaders must deftly identify potential for delivering value and deliver solutions that will reduce massive amounts of streamed data to knowledge. This panel will discuss ways that M2M analytics can help connect the dots between big data and mass markets, what various companies are doing in this space, what gets most traction and what gets funded. We will also look into new business models that are emerging in this field.

Gender, Race and Outsider Status: All In A Day's Work for Women of Color

Fri, Apr 25
8:30am 9:30am
Foley & Lardner LLP
San Diego
The Professional Advancement and Diverse Women’s committees proudly invite you to join Helen Wan, attorney and author of The Partner Track, for a frank discussion on how gender, race, and outsider status impact the professional journey of women of color. Drawing from her personal experiences and themes explored in her book, Wan will discuss how women of color “experience the dynamics of corporate America” and what firms and companies can do to foster a more inclusive workplace. Lawyers Club thanks Foley & Lardner LLP for graciously hosting the program and generously treating attendees to breakfast. This program is free for members of Lawyers Club and/or co-hosts (see registration page). Non-Lawyers Club members may register for a fee of $15.00. One hour of MCLE credit for Elimination of Bias will be provided.
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