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San Diego-headquartered The Robert Green Co. has named Tyler Kent as the company's new vice president of acquisition and development.

An affiliate of Centennial Real Estate has bought La Costa Town Center in Carlsbad for $31.6 million from an affiliate of Excel Trust.

San Diego-based Green Flash Brewing Co. has broken ground on a new location in Virginia.

Regency Centers -- a national owner, operator and developer of grocery-anchored community shopping centers -- has reported that its 210,000-square-foot Balboa Mesa Shopping Center is now 100 percent leased.

Stone Brewing Co., fresh off of an announcement that it's building a facility in Richmond, Va., reported that its beer will now be available in Canada.

Vicky Carlson, president and CEO of LEAD San Diego, has joined the San Diego Film Foundation’s board of directors as chief financial officer and secretary.

A retail building at 5521-5523 La Jolla Blvd. in La Jolla that has been home of the Maitre'D Restaurant for the past 32 years has been sold for $2.34 million.

The Lodge at Torrey Pines is synonymous with the holidays in San Diego and there’s no better place for a warm and inviting holiday party.

The Bahia Resort Hotel provides a unique and magical venue for corporate holiday events for businesses throughout San Diego. The beloved resort is able to accommodate the smallest and largest companies, from groups of 10 in the La Jolla Room to 1,200 in the Mission Bay Ballroom. The Mission Bay Ballroom sits atop the Bahia’s tower, providing unmatched views of the twinkling lights on the bay and the city skyline.

Avoya Travel awarded San Diego- and New York-based Piston responsibility for creative and media work, including print and digital, as its new advertising agency partner.

Ground was broken Wednesday for Pendry San Diego, a $100 million-plus resort hotel in the Gaslamp Quarter that is expected to open in the summer of 2016.

The Cohn Restaurant Group has announced plans for a new $10 million-plus restaurant, lounge and event center on Harbor Island Drive.

Stone Brewing Co., one of the nation's top 10 craft breweries, is tapping Virginia for its East Coast operations.

Regardless of budget, size or location, this year’s hot holiday party needs a theme. Hosting a small, simple affair in your office conference room? It is still worth a trip to your local party store to purchase some festive table and wall decorations. Choosing and committing to a theme will help in coordinating food, drinks, music and entertainment. If you are hosting a bigger event at an offsite venue, you may have access to event planners to help in choosing a creative new theme from which to build your party. With more than 34 years' experience providing unforgettable, flawless events on the water, Hornblower Cruises & Events’ planners have some great recommendations for holiday party themes this year:

RREEF Property Trust has bought the Bed Bath & Beyond and Sports Authority within the shops portion of Terra Nova Plaza in Chula Vista for a reported $21.9 million.

Cleveland-based DDR Corp. reported acquiring the remaining 95 percent interest in a 232,522-square-foot portion of the Vista Village Shopping Center in Vista from an entity of The Blackstone Group.

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled at 10 a.m. Wednesday for the Pendry Hotel on J Street, located between Fifth and Sixth avenues in the Gaslamp District.

You’ve booked the perfect venue for your company’s holiday party, but how are you to keep everyone entertained for two to three hours? With the range of ages, interests and personalities that often make up an employee roster, keeping everyone happy the entire event is often the biggest challenge. Providing great, fun entertainment that appeals to one and all is the key to a successful holiday event. With more than 34 years experience providing unforgettable, flawless events on the water, Hornblower Cruises & Events’ planners have this advice:

You know the old saying, “There's no such thing as a free lunch?”

San Diego-based interior design firm Studio Simic has announced the completion of a 3,500-square-foot restaurant remodel for Table No. 10 in the East Village.

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