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The San Diego Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) held its annual membership awards ceremony on Saturday during its annual winter gala to recognize the dedication and hard work of individuals who continue to make BOMA San Diego one of Southern California’s leading commercial real estate organizations.

The battle over the use of groundwater and the ongoing demands of the Maderas Golf Club is scheduled to come to a head at the Poway City Council on Tuesday night.

With developers, community planners, nonprofits, transit organizations, affordable housing entities and city or county districts all having unique ways of quantifying success and determining appropriate areas for new communities and transit districts, it can be difficult to settle on projects that meet the needs of all groups involved.

Trinity Woodworks Inc. has leased the 33,395-square-foot industrial flex building at 2620 Temple Heights Drive, Oceanside 92056, from Temple Heights Property Company.

(AP) -- A San Francisco program to give residents the option of getting 100 percent of their power from renewable sources has stalled, and the city is now looking into joining a similar program in neighboring Marin County.

The 16-unit apartment complex in Barrio Logan at 2902 Main St., San Diego 92113, has been sold for $910,000, or $56,875 per unit.

Conferences, speakers and an awards night will keep San Diego busy this week.

The 13,321-square-foot industrial/warehouse building, at 2444 Cades Way in Vista 92083, has been sold for $1.4 million.

The lessee in the Deal of the Week was represented by Mary Kay Bier, of Lee & Associates-North San Diego County. The lessor was represented by Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL).

(AP) -- A self-governing tent city of homeless residents in Placerville, Calif., is closing after just 16 months following complaints the camp increased litter and property crime.

The former McCune auto dealership property, at 2340 National City Blvd. and 325 Mile of Cars Way in National City 92950, has been sold for $7 million.

San Diego area foreclosure filings dropped 57.4 percent in a year from October 2012, according to RealtyTrac’s U.S. Foreclosure Market Report for October 2013.

Each year, the Building Owners and Managers Association presents The Outstanding Building of the Year Awards (TOBY), the most prestigious and coveted awards in the commercial real estate industry. The TOBY Awards honor buildings that demonstrate excellence in overall building operations and management. All facets of a building’s operations and programs are thoroughly evaluated, including building management, operational efficiency, tenant retention, emergency planning and community impact.

More than a dozen architects were honored for their design work at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) San Diego chapter’s 2013 Design and Vision Awards on Nov. 7.

The award-winning San Diego chapter of the International Facility Management Association is a volunteer organization dedicated to enhancing the performance and professional growth of its members through networking, education and promoting the practice of facilities management. IFMA is also an integral member of the construction community; facility managers are not only responsible for the cost-effective, efficient and successful operation of their buildings, but also support the growth or reduction of space for their building occupants.

The 379-unit Domain by Alta luxury apartment complex, in the San Diego Spectrum in Kearny Mesa, has been sold for $121 million or $319,261 per unit.

Thirty-two percent of San Diego County households were able to afford the county’s median-priced, single-family detached home in October, the price of which decreased in October from September, according to the HomeDex Report provided by the North San Diego County Association of Realtors.

Law firms in San Diego County are slowly shedding office space as they focus on more efficient ways to do business, according to a Jones Lang LaSalle report on the industry's real estate needs.

(AP) -- A construction company says poor maintenance and not shoddy work is responsible for a deteriorating runway at Los Angeles International Airport.

The approximately 14,000-square-foot Sandrock Valero service station in Serra Mesa at 3377 Sandrock Road, San Diego 92123, has been sold for $995,000 in an REO transaction.

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