USD Real Estate Conference - 2005

The Daily Transcript is pleased to be the media sponsor University of San Diego's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate ninth annual real estate conference, to be held Tuesday, Jan. 25. In support of the conference, we offer current, in-depth real estate coverage on residential and commercial markets.

  • Private residence clubs/high-end fractionals market evolving rapidly

    The private residence club/high-end fractional (collectively "PRC") market segment offers institutional real estate investors a compelling, risk-adjusted investment in an emerging and rapidly growing sector characterized by significant un-met demand.

  • Scripps Ranch fire survivors pursue Stonefield's custom options

    Virtually all homes being rebuilt by Stonefield Development predominately in the Whispering Ridge community of Scripps Ranch following the disastrous firestorms are undergoing extensive floorplan customization by their owners - as many as 80 different ways.

  • Redevelopment a challenging opportunity with great benefits

    Log on to the Web sites for the city of Chula Vista ( and the redevelopment arm of the city of San Diego ( and you will see pictures, before and after, of what redevelopment can do for neglected neighborhoods.

  • DiamondView Tower on track to be downtown's newest jewel

    If the redevelopment of East Village were a crown, then DiamondView Tower would be one of its biggest jewels. The 15-story, 306,700-square-foot office and retail building will not only provide the area with a dramatic addition to its growing skyline but also an employment-based land use vital to East Village's success.

  • Market Creek Plaza demonstrates the power of resident involvement in community redevelopment

    Residents of Diamond Neighborhoods of southeastern San Diego will celebrate a milestone next month in their journey to create a new vision for their community. Market Creek Plaza, the resident-planned, designed, built, leased and operated project, is fully leased and soon to be completely open.

  • San Diego poised to continue economic prosperity

    Speakers at the Commercial Realtors Association of San Diego's (CRASD) 2005 Economic Outlook event on Thursday, Jan. 13 were generally bullish in their expectations for San Diego's continued prosperity, but their optimism was tempered by mild concern for the lack of affordable housing in the region.