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The Downtown San Diego Partnership announced the 2013 award recipients for the 51st annual Alonzo Awards on Thursday evening at the San Diego Marriott Marquis and Marina.

The low-inventory trend is holding steady in the San Diego real estate market.


Mission Valley’s Civita community is expecting a new housing project by the end of 2013 courtesy of Shea Homes.

In the working world, focus should be shifted from measuring employees by their cost per square foot to maximizing their value per square foot, said Debra Dailey, vice president of workplace experience strategy for corporate services at Sodexo.

Scott H. Morey, MAI, of Fallbrook, was recognized as the Appraisal Institute’s October “Volunteer of Distinction” for Region VII.

The Rancho Buena Vista Adobe and four homes decorated for the holidays by interior designers will all be open for tours at the 27th annual Vista Holiday Homes Tour on Dec. 8.

Foreclosure starts in California decreased 59 percent in the third quarter compared to the third quarter in 2012, according to RealtyTrac’s U.S. Foreclosure Market Report for September and the third quarter of 2013.

Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG), owner of the world’s largest search engine, invested $103 million in a solar project under construction in Southern California.

ZipRealty reports that median home sale prices moderated somewhat nationwide, but still were up significantly year-over-year both nationally and in San Diego.


Life science leasing activity in San Diego increased by 55 percent during the second quarter of 2013 over the first quarter, but large leases still prove elusive.

The Building Industry Association handed out 31 awards during its fourth annual Icon Awards banquet held at the Hyatt Regency in La Jolla.

The future of the suburban office market remains unclear, but repurposing the properties could make all the difference.

Sustainability has a greater value than just lowering utility costs; it can increase worker productivity.

The time is right to resurrect a proposal that could eventually bring as much as 2 million square feet of new office space to Rancho Bernardo, said the chief investment officer of San Francisco-based Jay Paul Cos.

Mello-Roos Districts, Cap-and-Trade funds, San Diego Association of Governments Smart Growth grants and EB-5 financing were some of the new or updated funding options presented Wednesday to the Civic San Diego Board of Directors for future development projects, notably the Transit Oriented Development pilot villages in Encanto and City Heights.

Home resales in San Diego County dropped in September, while prices have been climbing, according to a Greater San Diego Association of Realtors report.

Del Mar Heights has checked in with the most expensive office space business address in the county at $43.32-per-square-foot per year, or $3.61-per-square-foot per month, according to a Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL) report.


Brown Field Municipal Airport will undergo a major transformation over the next 20 years, as a redevelopment project was approved by the San Diego City Council on Monday.

The San Diego Unified School District is proceeding with more than $100 million-plus in, ongoing construction, but that includes selling parcels where business parks were built instead of schools.

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