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As San Diego heats up this spring and summer, so too will a variety of enterprising dining, dancing and event venues. Large in scale and backed by big names, the latest entrants to San Diego’s hospitality scene will offer international flavors and stunning vistas.

The Port of San Diego sent out a request last summer for qualifications on its plan with the city of Chula Vista to build a hotel and convention center along Chula Vista's bay front, a major component of the city's Bayfront Master Plan. A "whopping" response was received, "but it turned out to be a good one," Chula Vista City Manager Gary Halbert said recently.

San Diego County's reputation as one of the nation's top beer-making centers should be burnished in the next couple of months, as the region opens its 100th brewpub, with dozens more potentially in the pipeline.

Project Design Consultants, a local multiservice design firm, is headquartered in downtown San Diego and provides civil engineering, surveying, planning and landscape architecture services. Founded in 1976, PDC has been part of the local region for almost four decades and has worked on more than 90 projects throughout the downtown area.


Ameranth Inc. announced Friday that it has received an official 'Notice of Allowance' from the U.S. Patent Office for a new, strategic patent in its family of mobile and web data synchronization patents.


The Eastern Shore of Chesapeake Bay in Maryland was settled only a few years after the establishment of the Virginia colony at Jamestown in 1607. Because of this region’s isolation from the mainland until bridges and tunnels were built in the mid-20th century, the land still retains a colonial environment.

Tech startups and taxi companies have been warring over the dollars of San Diego's stranded commuters for the past two years, and a new company just announced its plans to enter the fray -- but this time, it's not a Silicon Valley Goliath.


Escondido-based Realty Income Corp. reports that it invested $1.4 billion in 506 existing properties and properties under development last year.


Balboa Travel, a corporate travel management company since 1969, has announced the promotion of John Cruse to chief operating officer.

San Diego’s armchair travelers have the chance to meet TV hosts and travel writers at this weekend’s Travel & Adventure Show at the San Diego Convention Center.


Restaurant chains last month posted their highest same-store sales and customer growth rates in six years, according to a report released Wednesday by Black Box Intelligence, based on sales at more than 20,000 restaurant units.


Virgin America will move its operations from Terminal 2 East to a new location in Terminal 2 West at San Diego International Airport, effective Wednesday, Feb. 11.

Faced with half a dozen competing proposals for giant Ferris wheels or a sky tower along the downtown waterfront, the Port of San Diego board of commissioners on Tuesday afternoon decided to speed up its long-term planning process to clear the way for developments in specific areas.


The San Diego Tourism Authority on Thursday unveiled a $9 million advertising campaign for 2015, with billboards touting the city's coastal scenery and peppy commercials boasting about "coasting by the ocean."

Thanks to Macy's and the San Diego Museum Council, you're running out of excuses for never visiting the USS Midway Museum or Whaley House.


Peter Orth has joined the San Diego office of Colliers International as a vice president.


While the inland section of North County is overflowing with breweries and pubs that attract craft beer enthusiasts, the region isn't exactly known as a dining hub. Pete Zacarias, owner of Inland Tavern in San Marcos, wants to change that by giving one of the city's oldest restaurants a completely new identity.


Douglas Wilson Companies has recently closed on a major urban site in Tempe, Ariz., that will be home to a $200 million cutting-edge mixed-use development.


Neighborhood restaurant Alchemy will be closing its doors on Feb. 3, the owners announced Wednesday.


The Port of San Diego's Board of Port Commissioners is slated to hear four proposals for an observation wheel on the San Diego Bay at its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Feb. 10.

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