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One Paseo, the controversial and precedent-setting mixed-use development approved for Carmel Valley, could open in 2018 and inspire more high-density projects.

The city of Carlsbad has announced it will start resurfacing portions of some major roadways and neighborhood streets during the next several months as part of the city’s annual program to keep the streets free of cracks and potholes.

The California Coastal Commission is scheduled to consider the redevelopment of the Earl Warren Middle School campus in Solana Beach.

San Diego County is poised to outpace economic growth in the rest of California and the nation this year, driven by scientific research, development and production, according to a forecast released Monday by National University System's Institute for Policy Research.

One Paseo was approved by the San Diego City Council on Monday night, with some minor modifications, after a seven-hour meeting attended by hundreds of Carmel Valley residents, project supporters and experts.

(AP) -- A domestic violence call at a Central California home led police to a hidden underground cave where two men were hiding from police.

Borrego Solar Systems Inc. is about to begin construction of a 3.9- megawatt wholesale distributed generation solar energy system in Suffolk County, New York, the company reported Thursday.

The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are planning a shared stadium in the Los Angeles area if both teams fail to get new stadium deals in their current hometowns.

BioMed Realty Trust, Alexandria Real Estate Equities and the HCP life science real estate investment trust posted strong performances in 2014, each benefiting from a presence in San Diego.

Business and professional groups will hold events this week on a wide range of topics.

San Diego City Council's Southeastern District 4 – one of the poorest areas of the city – has never been a hotbed for development.

(AP) -- Bertha, Seattle's troubled tunnel machine, is on the move after being stalled for more than a year.

The first phase of West Park, Sudberry Propertiesí 612-unit apartment neighborhood at Civita in Mission Valley, is now open in San Diego.

(AP) -- The short-term housing rental service Airbnb has paid back taxes that ran into the millions of dollars to the city of San Francisco, the company said Wednesday.

Design activity in the West decreased last month for the first time since May 2014, dipping below 50 on the Architecture Billings Index.

NBC 7 San Diego (Channel 39) has selected Dempsey Construction to build out its new 52,000-square-foot broadcast facility on Granite Ridge Drive within the StoneCrest masterplan in Kearny Mesa.

Over the next six months, a laser-mounted pickup truck will travel all 2,774 miles of road in San Diego -- nearly the length of the highway distance between San Diego and New York -- to measure and map the city's potholes, bumps and dips.

(AP) -- A California appeals court has found that a sprawling compound planned for Los Angeles by a Saudi Arabian prince must go through an environmental review.

Design Line Interiors has been honored with a Gold Award for excellence in interior design at La Vita at Orchard Hills, an enclave of 72 new luxury homes built by Del Mar-based Brookfield Residential in Irvine, Calif.

Ryan Companies US Inc. has hired Brooks Roffey as division manager in the West region, which is based in San Diego.

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