This annual special report covers leasing news, commercial sales, industry highlights and new projects. This publication will be delivered to CCIM's Real Estate Investment Forum on Tuesday, Jan. 24, and the USD Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate Conference on Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Chief Executive Officer Tom Lewis has a background in marketing and branding and it shows in the branding of Realty Income as the "monthly dividend company" -- a phase repeated throughout their promotional literature.
JMI Realty is best known in San Diego for its links with Padres owner John Moores and its redevelopment of Petco Park, the Omni hotel and surrounding blocks. But few realize how close the construction came to stopping.
As the residential real estate market begins to cool, a key for any asset management company that demands continued success and growth is to seek out other large markets that have yet to peak and invest there.
After almost 15 years in San Diego, Meissner Jacquet Investment Management Services is moving on, but not out.
Assuming economic conditions remain stable, the San Diego commercial real estate market should continue on a similar course as that of 2005, remaining very active as demand for all property types stays strong in 2006, according to top producing brokers at Grubb & Ellis|BRE Commercial.
Burnham Real Estate * Oncor International is pleased to announce its top producers who, in 2005, contributed to $2.8 billion in transaction volume for the company's best year ever.
The number one independent affiliate nationally within the Coldwell Banker Commercial structure for the past four years, Coldwell Banker Commercial-Almar Real Estate Group is once again proving their strength with a 2005 gross transaction volume that nearly doubled from 2004.
Construction of Techbilt Companies' newest multitenant industrial/R&D project, Poway Corporate Center, is well under way.
Retailers trying to expand in San Diego are continuing to have a difficult time due to the extremely short supply of available retail space. Unable to find traditional retail locations, some retailers have been more daring in their site selection process and have chosen nontraditional sites.
Commercial property owners face a number of key issues that can affect the value of their investments in 2006.
Pacific Building Group is pleased to announce the opening of the new Animal Medical Center in El Cajon.
Lyle F. Gabrielson, president and CEO of Rick Engineering Co., has announced his retirement, effective Jan. 31. Roger L. Ball, vice president, has been elected by the board of directors as the company's new president and CEO, effective Jan. 19.
More often, agreements require mandatory mediation prior to filing for arbitration or litigation in the event of a dispute. For years, the standard Real Estate Purchase Agreements have included such a provision, which typically provides that failure to mediate prior to arbitration or litigation will result in forfeiture of attorney fees that might otherwise have been awarded.
Focusing on western cities with strong economies and long-term growth potential, The Shidler Group completed more than $700 million in office, R&D, hotel and retail transactions in 2005.
Private real estate funds continue to grow in popularity as individual investors seek new ways to invest in commercial real estate. Such funds offer investors the opportunity to earn the higher returns associated with value-add real estate investments without the high marketing costs of private real estate investment trusts (REITs) and the stock market risk of public REITs.
What's in a name? When it comes to an established retail center, it turns out quite a bit.
Each year, the San Diego Chapter of the Certified Commercial Invest Member (CCIM) organization hosts a forum focused on current issues in real estate investment. This year's event, to be held Jan. 24 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla, 3777 La Jolla Village Drive, will offer experts' thoughts and reviews of investment models, investment capital and financing sources, as well as provide a general market overview.
Workers are spending less time in the office and more time working virtually -- from home, in the car, at airports, in hotels and anywhere they can find an Internet connection.
New residential construction in San Diego County is predicted to slow in 2006, as total permits pulled per year have decreased every year since 2003; however, the amount of new commercial building will remain hearty.
As downtown explodes with high-rise residential development, a veteran broker warns that retail is not keeping pace.
Viejas has the inside track to develop Lane Field, but Manchester, Hardage and Lankford may yet have a chance.
Read about projections for the coming year, industry leaders, lease negotiations, projects and more in the annual Commercial Real Estate Report.
Read about highlights, projections for the coming year and the top issues and concerns facing the industry in the Commercial Real Estate Report.
This annual special report covers the top issues and concerns facing today's commercial real estate industry, as well as projections for the coming year.
This annual special report covers current market conditions, new projects, industry highlights and projections for the coming year.
This annual report covers the latest in leasing negotiations, space availability, industry highlights, new projects, top issues and concerns facing today’s commercial real estate industry, as well as projections for the coming year.
In this special section, The Daily Transcript partners with the San Diego CCIM Chapter to provide a comprehensive report on the county's commercial real estate market.