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Plans to zone Barrio Logan's land use that didn't sit well with the shipbuilding industry failed to win voter approval Tuesday night, as both Propositions B and C in the city of San Diego were shot down by voters.

The approximately 250,000-square-foot Torbati Building, at 625 Broadway in downtown San Diego, has been sold for a reported $52.5 million.

Ten homes remain for sale at Pardee Homes' Sorrento Prestige Collection in Sorrento Mesa.

(AP) -- With another year of drought taking hold in the Klamath Basin and the irrigation season underway, water rights holders are putting in their claims.

The 11,202-square-foot industrial condominium building at 3907 Oceanic Drive, Oceanside 92056, has been sold for $1,086,594.

Leasing Notes are updated twice weekly and are now available in a fully searchable database format at

The state of the county's multifamily market was the topic of a recent roundtable discussion at The Daily Transcript offices.

Through the first five months of 2014, the capital marketplace for commercial and multi-housing real estate has continued to demonstrate great depth and efficiency. Owners, buyers, and (once again) developers are enjoying the availability of competitive financing from the deepest pool of capital sources seen since before the economic downturn.

The economic collapse that began in 2008 paralyzed global capital markets and striped many trillions of dollars in wealth from the global economy. While recent years have brought a slow but steady recovery to the United States and abroad, the legacy of this event has been fear, uncertainty and impatience for many owners of commercial real estate. However, with fear and volatility comes opportunity for those willing to venture back into the market.

This story is true. The names are changed and the figures have been rounded to more clearly show how this family benefited.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recognized the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International with a 2014 Energy Star Partner of the Year Sustained Excellence Award for its continued leadership in protecting the environment through a superior commitment to energy efficiency. BOMA International has received seven Energy Star awards and remains the only commercial real estate association to have received this honor.

J&M Keystone Inc. has been providing fire restoration services for people and businesses in San Diego for nearly 30 years. The team has helped its clients deal with fire damage repair, site cleanup, smoke deodorization, water extraction and treatment, duct cleaning and replacement, and many other tasks and.

The San Diego Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), in partnership with BOMI International, will host a budgeting and accounting course June 26 to 28. The three-day class will cover the essentials to creating building and facilities’ budgets and will give students the opportunity to apply concepts within the real property and facilities context. Instructor Joe Maldonado will lead the course.

Reis Inc. (NASDAQ: REIS), a leading provider of commercial real estate market information and analytical tools, and the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International, recently announced a new marketing alliance providing BOMA members with specialized pricing for ReisReports. Under this arrangement, BOMA will provide its members access to the ReisReports website at, where they can learn about and subscribe to Reis’s industry-leading commercial real estate market and transaction data. BOMA will also promote ReisReports to its members through its website, email and other channels.

The single biggest political issue facing California commercial real estate is the effort to overturn Proposition 13.

Home prices in San Diego County’s submarkets vary hundreds of thousands of dollars based on geography and quality of the school districts, local real estate professionals say.

With a hot news cycle about companies leaving San Diego for “business-friendly” cities in Texas, the companies that choose to stay in or relocate to San Diego get less attention, which begs the question, are we getting the full picture?

Whenever a wildfire, hurricane or some other natural disaster threatens an area, residents are told to evacuate for their safety.

A new national funding program is lifting the prospects of some of San Diego’s disadvantaged neighborhoods with new businesses and jobs, better affordable housing and help for families who need to stabilize their financial outlook.

Green Seal Inc., the leading organization in identifying and promoting sustainability in the marketplace, announced that the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina has been recertified with the Green Seal Standard for hotels and lodging properties at the gold- level.

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