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

Organizations will hold meetings this week on a range of topics.

With one month behind them, leaders of San Diego’s Realtor associations are excited about their organizations’ plans and opportunities for the remainder of 2015, and also about the market’s stable conditions.

(AP) -- California's second snow survey this winter found the Sierra Nevada snowpack is far below normal after a dry, unusually warm January.

The 56,347-square-foot flex industrial/warehouse building at 2120 Harmony Grove Road, Escondido 92029, has been sold for $7 million.

The 175-room Holiday Inn San Diego Mission Valley Stadium at 3805 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego 92123, has been sold for $2,885,000, cash.


A San Diego Superior Court judge made final his ruling, granting summary judgment to the city and Jack in the Box in the case involving the renovation of the burger chain’s location on Upas Street in North Park.

The Pacific Southwest Association of Realtors presented awards at its 2015 Installation Dinner and Casino Night over the weekend.

San Diego County's economic outlook ended 2014 at its highest point since before the Great Recession, propelled by strong growth in the job market and local stock prices, according to the USD Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate’s Index of Leading Economic Indicators released Thursday.

PREF Glenridge LLC, an affiliate of Paragon Real Estate Fund of San Diego, has acquired the retail portion of Glenridge Springs in Atlanta for $6.4 million.

The 18-unit apartment complex at 1133 Old Stage Road, Fallbrook 92028, has been sold for $2.09 million, or $116,111-unit.


North County's industrial vacancy rate may go below 5 percent this year, Otay Mesa is rebounding and it still makes more sense to buy rather than to build.

The 285,000-square-foot La Costa Town Square shopping center under construction in Carlsbad has been purchased by Terramar Retail Centers, as part of an $830 million portfolio acquisition of retail properties in California and Hawaii.

The commercial real estate market along the California coast is booming, and demand for commercial office space, industrial warehousing, apartment buildings and condominiums is likely to stay high through at least the end of 2017, according to a half-yearly commercial real estate survey released Wednesday by the Allen Matkins law firm and the UCLA Anderson Forecast.

Cresa, a commercial real estate tenant representation firm with an office in San Diego, said it has expanded its tenant-focused service delivery platform in Europe with the addition of Cresa Netherlands.

The American Society of Landscape Architects has awarded its annual grants to three local nonprofits.

The 285,000-square-foot La Costa Town Square shopping center under construction in Carlsbad (above) was part of an $830 million portfolio acquisition by Carlsbad-based Terramar Retail Centers. La Costa Town Square was valued at $140.49 million in the transaction.

(AP) -- Standard & Poor's is close to a $1.37 billion settlement with the Obama administration and U.S. states over allegations it knowingly inflated its ratings of risky mortgage investments that helped trigger the financial crisis.

Three residential units in Mission Beach at 717-719 Dover Court, San Diego 92109, have been sold for $950,000, cash.

Anni Grimes, of Coldwell Banker Commercial, represented the buyer of the 36-unit Wilsonian Hotel in downtown San Diego at 1545 Second St. The buyer was 1545 Second Avenue LLC, Thomas Funke manager. The price was $2,075,000, cash. A prior lien of $765,580 held by the California Department of Housing and Community Development, under the California Housing Rehabilitation Program, was paid off and not assumed. The transaction was reported in the Daily Transcript on Jan. 8.

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