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Daylight Solutions has leased 45,000 square feet of industrial space in the 68,900-square-foot building in the Kilroy Corporate Center at 15378 Avenue of Science, San Diego 92128, from Kilroy Realty (NYSE: KRC).
(AP) -- Sewage sludge from dozens of Southern California cities will be heading to the San Joaquin Valley as part of the region's latest mega-composting project.
Forty-two units of the fractured 51-unit Stoneridge by the Lake Condominiums conversion complex, at 5707 Baltimore Drive in La Mesa 91942, have been sold for $8,025,000.
Hardshell Lobster and Seafood Company Inc. has leased 12,120 square feet of industrial space at 8775 Production Ave., San Diego 92121, from HMS Partnership. The property, leased for 60 months at $549,764, will be used for office, warehouse and distribution of seafood and seafood-related products.
As San Diego recovers from Comic-Con, make sure to check out the local events the business community is hosting this week.
The San Diego County apartment vacancy will dip to 2.7 percent by the year's end, from 3.1 percent -- the lowest level since 2000, according to a new Marcus & Millichap report.
Civic San Diego, the new entity formed by a merger between CCDC and SEDC and tasked with winding down the city’s redevelopment projects, was forced this week to make an $89 million payment to the county.
The 20-unit, garden-style apartment complex in Ocean Beach at 4843-4851 Niagara Ave., San Diego 92107, has been sold for $3 million.
Kerry Schimpf, of Cassidy Turley San Diego, represented the Deal of the Week tenant, along with his colleague, Cameron Czubernat.
The Cassidy Turley San Diego office, announced a 10,900-square-foot retail building on Cross Timbers Road in Flower Mound, Texas, has been sold for $3.46 million.
The 8,550-square-foot retail building at 525 S. Coast Highway in Oceanside 92054, has been sold for $1.33 million.
Chuck Klein and Kevin Held, of Cassidy Turley San Diego, represented Lakerose Properties Ltd., the seller of the free-standing, approximately 2,000-square-foot restaurant building at 3521 Cannon Road in Oceanside 92056. The price was $1,215,000, cash.
An Encinitas custom home has captured the highest level of sustainability, having been certified a LEED Platinum dwelling from the U.S. Green Building Council.
An 18 percent year-over-year increase in California foreclosure starts in June helped boost that state’s foreclosure rate to highest nationwide for the month, according to RealtyTrac’s Midyear 2012 Foreclosure Market Report.
A limited inventory of houses means the San Diego real estate market can stand to absorb a possible influx of foreclosures, local experts said at recent roundtable discussion at The Daily Transcript sponsored by the San Diego Association of Realtors and North Island Credit Union.
Real estate professionals navigating the seemingly endless storm of bleak market conditions might want to think about how effectively — vs. how often — they communicate with clients, prospective clients, and others with whom they have professional relationships.
Baby boomers have a number of housing options to consider when their offspring leave the nest. They can move to greener pastures in more wide-open places. They might opt to stay put, as the economy prompts many to put off retirement and their adult children to “boomerang” back home. And yet still others commit to downsizing their homes — losing square footage but gaining shorter commutes, more access to restaurants and entertainment, and perhaps even some equity to put in the bank.
In San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, 28.2 percent, or 165,582 properties, of all residential properties with a mortgage were in negative equity for first quarter of 2012, according to CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX).
The Irvine Co., the Newport Beach-based owner of the Centerside II office building in Mission Valley, has paid $52 million for its companion next door.
Brookfield Homes San Diego/Riverside announced it will release a dozen detached single-family homes at its Rockrose (photo above) and Sago neighborhoods at The Foothills in Carlsbad on Saturday and Sunday, according to Debby King, director of marketing for Brookfield.