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The approximately 4,813-square-foot restaurant building in Clairemont at 5580 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego 92117, has been sold for $1.6 million.

The San Diego City Council unanimously approved the San Diego River Park Master Plan Monday.

C3 San Diego has subleased the 31,779-square-foot commercial building in Kearny Mesa at 7620 Balboa Ave., San Diego 92111, from 24 Hour Fitness USA Inc.

(Bloomberg) — The public school district in San Bernardino plans to sell $152 million in bonds for repairs and improvements this week, its first issue since the separate city government filed for bankruptcy last year.

The 23,900-square-foot Mingei International Museum Building, at 155 W. Grand Ave. in downtown Escondido 92025, has been sold for $1.85 million.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has leased 6,038 square feet of office space in 106,000-square-foot, mixed-use Ocean Ranch Plaza at 3609 Ocean Ranch Blvd., Oceanside 92056, from MS Kearny CPB2-LLP. The property was leased for 60 months at $750,100.

San Diego's business events calendar is light this week.

The two-building, approximately 26,454-square-foot property at 1737 W. Vista Way, Vista 92083, has been sold for $3.7 million.

(AP) — Highway workers have unearthed artifacts used by a Native American tribe as part of a paving project along Highway 101 north of Novato.

The nine-unit apartment complex in University Heights at 4578-4586 Illinois St., San Diego 92116, has been sold for $1,479,000.

Many public and private redevelopment projects have been halted because of the downward economy and recent elimination of California redevelopment agencies.

Building permits in the city of San Diego increased 87 percent in the first quarter of 2013 from the first quarter of last year, according to RealtyTrac.

Innovation is a risky business, and real estate developers aren’t likely to be the ones taking those risks. But they should be using the "toolbox of innovations" filled by others, according to professionals at the Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting on Wednesday.

When it opens in July, Pier South will join the Hotel del Coronado as the second of only two hotels in San Diego built on the beach.

Lakeside will soon have its own skate park, a 16,500-square-foot project with a budget of $600,000 that is open for bidding until May 23, and expected to be completed in early 2014.

Located in the East Village on the Park-to-Bay promenade, the new Central Library designed by Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA/Tucker Sadler Architects, symbolically unites the regional architecture of the past to the architecture of the present in a commitment to the city’s future.

The Old Police Headquarters in San Diego, which has stood idle for 26 years, is coming out of retirement.

Those in the San Diego hospitality world know of Mina Desiderio, Ty Hauter, Brendan Huffman, Greg Koch, Nathan Stanton, Arsalun Tafazoli and Steve Wagner. If you don’t know their names, you probably know their businesses.

In recent months, a flurry of residential projects have broken ground -- among them Celadon, a long-awaited affordable housing project at 9th and Broadway.

The Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in Otay Mesa may be one of the sites selected to accommodate prisoners currently housed in a Riverside prison that will close in 2016. If it happens, it will get a new building that can house 800 inmates.

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