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Changing demographics could force new development in North County to offer a mix of products not previously built together in San Diego, panelists said Tuesday morning at an Urban Land Institute session at the University Club.

Local home sales increased in August, though they’re down from the year before, according to the Greater San Diego Association of Realtors.

Christopher Zorbas, a first vice president investments in the San Diego office of Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI) and David Sperling, an associate also in the San Diego office, represented the sellers in the Deal of the Week.

(AP) -- The University of California said it has made one of the largest ever solar-energy purchases by a university system in the United States.

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo recently added Christopher Stephens as a partner to its real estate practice. He has experience in all aspects of land use, environmental matters, development and both federal and state regulation.

A 21.89-acre parcel of vacant land in Lakeside 92040 and 92021, at the northwest quadrant of Business Highway 8 and Los Coches Road, has been sold for $17 million.


A mixed-use project is being proposed for a Mission Valley parking lot where a car dealership once stood.

Fewer notices of default and trustee deeds were filed in the county from July to August, as well as compared to the previous year.

The average apartment rental rates in San Diego County have continued to increase, as vacancies decline.

Fewer notices of default and trustee deeds were filed in the county from July to August, as well as compared to the previous year.

Carlsbad and San Juan Capistrano-based investment firm LandCap Investment Partners LLC reports it has acquired three office properties at 6950, 7020, and 7050 Friars Road adjacent to the Fashion Valley mall.

The 12,523-square-foot, seven-unit residential property at 1739-1751 Donax Ave., Imperial Beach 92154, has been sold for $2,125,000, or $310,710 per unit.

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


Thousands of investors who bought and held San Diego County apartments became and remained millionaires. Apartments have proved to be safer than other investments. Fortunes were made and lost in businesses, stocks, precious metals, bonds, industrial and retail investments.


The most expensive hotel transaction in California, during the year's first half, was Strategic Hotels & Resorts' May acquisition of the 63.6 percent interest in the 757-room Hotel del Coronado it did not already own, Atlas Hospitality Group reported.

The 25-year-old Gafcon construction management firm, which has been involved in dozens of projects throughout Southern California, has moved its headquarters from downtown San Diego to Sorrento Valley.

Business and professional groups will hold events on subjects ranging from investment, solar power and ADA lawsuits, as well as some networking opportunities.

A closed-door meeting has been set for 4 p.m. Tuesday at Fairbanks Ranch Country Club to hear U-T San Diego and Grand Del Mar owner Douglas Manchester and golfer Phil Mickelson discuss plans for the property that served as the site of the 1984 Olympic equestrian events.

Cushman & Wakefield executive Cybele Thompson has been named to head the city of San Diego's real estate assets department, which has been under interim leadership since Mayor Kevin Faulconer dismissed former Director Jim Barwick in March.

Tanglewood Apartment Homes, a 96-unit, garden-style apartment at 1920 E. Grand Ave., Escondido 92027, has been sold for $10,875,000, or $113,000 per unit.

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