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Three partnerships from the Los Angeles area and Baltimore have combined to acquire the 132-unit Solana Vista Apartments at 3710-3810 Wabash Ave. in North Park for $18.47 million.

Residential developer William Lyon Homes has announced the start of its William Lyon Homecoming Sales Event, through which a prospective home buyer can purchase an upgraded Atrium condominium at the Spectrum in Kearny Mesa.

Pardee Homes is reporting it has sold six townhomes from its new residential complex Seaview Terrace in Ocean View Hills since its recent grand opening.

Commercial real estate brokers are gearing up for a change that will affect how they conduct business come Jan. 1.

The fate of two major adjacent Hillcrest restaurant spaces still hang in the balance a week after the closure of Harvey Milk's American Diner, and a month after the Pernicano's/Di Baffi property was put up for sale.

Contractors, marketing and lots of anniversaries are on the agenda this week for business and professional groups.

Foreclosure filings were down 16 percent in the third quarter from the same time last year, according to RealtyTrac’s U.S. Foreclosure Market Report.

Two years ago, the area surrounded by biotech offices in Torrey Pines Science Park was a parking lot. Now, the lush green space is an oasis for employees, a nature classroom and a supplier for a campus restaurant.

Six community association managers from San Diego have earned the statewide designation of Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) for the third quarter of 2014.

(INMAN NEWS) -- Inman News' Oct. 23 Luxury Connect event is moving to the $135 million Beverly House, a six-acre estate in Beverly Hills.


Success in the real estate industry is linked to relationships, said TV and radio personality Craig Sewing.

Home prices, sales and affordability were all relatively stable from August to September according to the North San Diego County Association of Realtor’s HomeDex Report.

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

The idea behind the mixed-use development in Carmel Valley is smart, the San Diego Planning Commission told Kilroy Realty Corp., but some details still need to be taken care of before One Paseo gets a complete approval.


Grading has begun for a major business park on Otay Mesa, one of the major changes in the San Diego/Tijuana region.

Leasing Notes are updated twice weekly and are now available in a fully searchable database format at www.sddt.com/databases/leasingnotes/.

On the heels of a successful first year working to make National City more sustainable, San Diego State University’s Sage Project is seeking proposals from other San Diego County municipalities to partner with in the 2015-16 academic year.


CBRE has announced that Midwest Investment Properties LLC of San Diego has purchased a two-story, 14,860-square-foot medical office building at 1460 E. Main St., El Cajon from Grace & Grant Properties LLC for $2.65 million.

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

While surveys by Colliers International and The CoStar Group may differ, it appears that the county's industrial vacancy is continuing to decline.

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