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Overcoming the “baggage of the past” and resetting public expectations could be key for future smart growth in San Diego, a community planning leader said.

A retail building at 5521-5523 La Jolla Blvd. in La Jolla that has been home of the Maitre'D Restaurant for the past 32 years has been sold for $2.34 million.

Business and professional groups this week will be tackling topics ranging from cyberthreats, real estate forecasts and negotiation skills.


A 24,319-square-foot office and industrial building at 9885 Carroll Canyon Road in the Miramar/Scripps Ranch area has been sold for $3.7 million.

About 20 percent more home equity lines of credit were originated nationwide in the year ending June 2014 than the previous year, according to a new RealtyTrac report.

First-time homebuyers could have a somewhat better year in 2015 as appreciation slows, investors leave the real estate market, inventory increases and lending becomes more hospitable, according to an economist with the California Association of Realtors.

The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors will celebrate Member Appreciation Week starting Monday.

ClosingCorp, a San Diego-based provider of residential real estate closing cost data and technology for mortgage lenders, title and settlement companies and real estate professionals, appointed Kamel Boulos as chief technology officer.

Three office and apartment developers were among the winners of this year's Alonzo Awards, honored by the Downtown San Diego Partnership for helping bring new life to the city's urban center.

With the San Diego Planning Commission considering the mixed-use One Paseo project in Carmel Valley, and Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2035, the city and businesses are dealing with smart growth and density issues.

Los Angeled-based Arc Capital Partners LLC partnered with Baltimore-based Alex. Brown Realty Inc. and Encino’s New Standard Equities through a joint venture to acquire a multifamily property in North Park.


RREEF Property Trust has bought the Bed Bath & Beyond and Sports Authority within the shops portion of Terra Nova Plaza in Chula Vista for a reported $21.9 million.

Mutual of Omaha Bank is expanding its correspondent lending relationship with San Diego-based Guild Mortgage Co.

The American Society of Interior Designers will hold a Kitchen and Bath Tour around San Diego County on Oct. 25. The eight kitchens and three baths will showcase the range of lifestyles, tastes and personal preferences, and illustrate the interaction among designers, contractors and clients.

This series explains why rental ownership safely and steadily builds wealth. Tax shelter, deferred taxes on profits, and San Diego’s unique apartment ownership topography, all make rental owners rich faster and safer. Read to learn how to get on San Diego’s conveyer belt to riches.

Chris Carter has joined SENTRE Partners, a San Diego-based commercial real estate investment and services firm.

Office property sales volumes declined in San Diego County the second and third quarters of 2014, following a first quarter that was the strongest in two years.

San Diego’s homegrown industry is most often referred to as biotech, but that really does not capture the industry’s broad swath. In my view, what are generically labeled as biotech facilities are actuality life science facilities.


Cleveland-based DDR Corp. reported acquiring the remaining 95 percent interest in a 232,522-square-foot portion of the Vista Village Shopping Center in Vista from an entity of The Blackstone Group.

A partnership of TriGate Capital LLC and Lotus Real Estate Partners LLC have acquired a 103,000-square-foot industrial building in the Otay Mesa submarket of San Diego for a reported $5.03 million.

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