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There are nuances and strategies to building and passing a construction bond program.

Embassy Suites announced the completion of renovations to its San Diego Bay – Downtown location.

In the few weeks left before the Maritime Museum puts its re-created, full-size Spanish galleon San Salvador to the ocean, it must test onboard systems and collect RSVPs for the launch ceremony.

(Bloomberg) -- SolarCity Corp., the biggest U.S. installer of rooftop solar systems that feed electricity to power companies, is now developing its own energy grids that may displace utilities.

Murrieta may be known to many people as a small, inland commuter town without much influence outside Southwest Riverside County, but the city of less than 110,000 has a growing role in the international business community and as an incubator of innovation.

The third week of March brings amendments to fiscal-year budgets, and large proposed developments for various municipalities around the county.

Business, professional and educational groups will hold a range of programs this week.

A package of streamlining measures scheduled to take place in July should help San Diego save an average of $6 million per year in its infrastructure budget, City Engineer James Nagelvoort said.

(AP) -- An architect who designed modern and whimsical postmodern structures and later household goods sold at Target stores has died in New Jersey. Michael Graves was 80 years old.

Apartment construction, operations and resident spending in San Diego County amounted to $11.9 billion in 2013 (the latest year available), according to a new report.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer's Citizens’ Stadium Advisory Group on Thursday offered eight reasons why they chose the Qualcomm Stadium site as the best option to build a new stadium for the Chargers.

MG Properties Group (MGPG), a private San Diego-based real estate investor and operator, has announced the acquisition of the Trillium Papago Apartments in Phoenix.

The California Coastal Commission approved Wednesday a modified amendment to Chula Vista's previously approved Land Use Plan, limiting San Diego Gas & Electric's approved relocated substation to 44 feet as part of the city’s Bayfront Master Plan.

(AP) -- A new report says California faces a greater than 99 percent chance of being rocked by a strong earthquake in the next 30 years.

Poseidon Water Senior Vice President Peter MacLaggan was recently named Businessperson of the Year by the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce, Poseidon said in a Tuesday release.

(AP) -- A tiny threatened fish could complicate the state's plans to blow up one of the piers of the old east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.

The ConAm Group, a San Diego-based real estate investment, development and services firm, announced Monday that Rob Singh, will be returning to the company as president and chief investment officer.

The San Diego City Council on Monday reiterated its previous decision to allow Kilroy Realty to start work on its 23.6-acre, $650 million One Paseo development in Carmel Valley, although opponents warned they have already mounted a petition to block the project through a ballot referendum.

The second week in March features a handful of municipal private-sector projects and funding requests for public works projects.

Business and professional groups will hold a range of activities this week.

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