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Fri, Jul 3, 2015

An academic study set to be released by the National Association of Realtors this week should give some insight into the 1031 exchange industry over the past two decades.

Business and professional groups have planned a range of activities this week.

The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's July 6, 1914 issue:

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LOS ANGELES -– With the California housing market continuing its upward trend, pending home resales May showed their sixth straight annual gain, with the last four months being in the double-digits, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported in June.

Kilroy Realty Corp. (NYSE: KRC) has been awarded a 2015 International TOBY Award for its Kilroy Centre Del Mar, owned and managed by the company.

San Diego-based Parallel Capital Partners announced it has acquired One North Central, a 20-story, trophy office building in downtown Phoenix, for $93.75 million.

It's the end of an era. Little more than a decade after the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier entered the fleet at its first homeport of San Diego, the Reagan will leave San Diego in August and move to Yokosuka, Japan, as part of the Navy’s first three-hull crew and hull swap in modern times.

Thu, Jul 2, 2015

A San Diego International Airport concessionaire is under fire for violating labor laws in the midst of a local union's efforts to reach a collective bargaining agreement with the company.

After six years of success with Berry Good Night, Lerach and several of the dinner’s contributors and attendees wanted to do more to get locally grown food out into the community.

The San Diego City College Math and Social Sciences Building and Parking Structure project has received the Distinction Award from the Design-Build Institute of America Western Pacific Region.

Michelle Lerach first noticed there was something wrong with the food system in the United States when she returned to attend college after living in Germany for many years.

The Daily Transcript's business offices will be closed Friday, July 3 in observation of the July 4 holiday. Our office will reopen at 8 a.m., Monday, for normal business hours.


Leaders in the STEM field say that without intentional efforts to attract and retain minority and female professionals, the industry’s lack of diversity will continue.

More than 2 million local travelers filling their tanks Thursday and Friday for the holiday weekend will be paying the lowest Independence Day gas prices since 2010 after six weeks of price drops that started before Memorial Day.

A Civic San Diego committee has scheduled a meeting with a developer who has criticized its process to select firms interested in pursuing mixed-use projects at two East Village sites.

Construction is set to begin on phase 2 of the Chula Vista Third Avenue Streetscape Project in the city’s Third Avenue Village District.

Maternity leave for women in the Navy and Marine Corps was tripled on Friday to 18 weeks.

Comic-Con International will be staying in San Diego through at least 2018, Comic-Con and city officials announced Thursday morning.

The days of new golf courses in San Diego County are over, according to the managing director of the Golf & Resort Properties division of CBRE Group.


Despite continuing shakiness on Wall Street over Greece’s financial trauma, a number of San Diego companies had strong double-digit surges in June, including such biotechs as Receptos (Nasdaq: RCPT), La Jolla Pharmaceuticals Corp. (Nasdaq: LJPC) and Sorrento Therapeutics (Nasdaq: SRNE).

San Diego’s Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) has named a former colonel who once oversaw the Army’s training program to head integrated training solutions at Cubic Global Defense.


The National Football League’s job website includes a notice that the San Diego Chargers are looking for a new tax manager.

The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's July 3, 1995 issue:

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler L.P. (HFF) announced it has secured $18.247 million in non-recourse construction financing for the development of Edison Midtown, a $30.5 million, 110-unit for-sale condominium project on 1.3 acres in Phoenix's Midtown neighborhood. The project is due for completion in late 2016

The 13-unit apartment in City Heights at 3766 Swift Ave., San Diego 92104, has been sold for $2.6 million.

Cash sales of homes across the United States are down to their lowest level in nearly six years, according to the latest sales report from RealtyTrac.


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