This special report focuses on real estate markets, new developments and local businesses in the expanding North County region.
A white car-like vehicle stopped at an intersection in Carlsbad on a recent weekday afternoon as a motorist in an early 21st century SUV stared.
Construction is well under way on the 32,000-square-foot first phase of a mixed-use center called MarketWalk that will include 10 retail/restaurant spaces and 12 residences in the award-winning San Elijo Hills Towncenter. Built by San Elijo Hills Town Center LLC, MarketWalk is scheduled to open this summer.
The California Surf Museum has become a fixture of the Oceanside community, and with its relocation grand opening coming up on March 26, it's about to grow in size and recognition once again.
Plans for Palomar Pomerado Health's "hospital of the future" have been scaled back in recent weeks, but it does not mean patient care will suffer, nor does it mean construction will be delayed.
More than seven out of 10 consumers taking part in a recent national survey said they would use a Realtor when buying or selling a home. Chief among the reasons the respondents cited for doing so that Realtor make the complicated and often frustrating real estate sales transaction go easier. Some 70 percent of those surveyed said a Realtor makes it easier to sell a home, while 69 percent said so when buying a home.
North County's future landscape and real estate market will likely be defined by increasingly dense urban hubs surrounded by protected open spaces.
With the recent enactment of the stimulus bill, many cities in North County are preparing for the influx of stimulus funds by soliciting design firms for their ideas and suggestions for local infrastructure projects that would help to grow and improve our communities.
With a number of private projects on hold, the city of Oceanside has its own Stimulus Plan for 2009.
While the slow economy has curtailed countywide industrial and office leasing activity, Cushman & Wakefield reports that industrial and office transactions are still being inked -- particularly in the North County region where defense, medical device, education, golf and high-tech companies are gravitating.
Since the summer of 2007, an area in Oceanside has seen developers, financiers and construction crews as a wave of new office and industrial buildings will soon occupy the locale.
While office vacancy rates are rising all over San Diego County, 2009 offers an opportunity for companies to secure space in two prestigious office markets in coastal North County.
When Carlsbad Village's redevelopment district expires in July, those who have helped the area evolve over the past 28 years won't mourn the loss.
General Atomics is filling out the Poway Business Park in a big way, and when it's done, there won't be much space left.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southwest began construction of a $7.2 million model field office for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Feb. 2.
Smart growth, lending practices and economic conditions were the focus of North County’s real estate forum, Conversations '09, which drew nearly 200 real estate professionals to California State University, San Marcos on Friday.
Berkeley and Palm Desert are two California cities that have implemented a program to help property owners finance solar panel installation.
Some 74 percent of Bonsall/Fallbrook's sales were bank owned or short sales last month, but the inventory is getting "burned through."
About 234 acres have been purchased for habitat in the Elfin Forest and that's just the beginning of the preservation efforts.
Poway-based Digirad Corp. (Nasdaq: DRAD) has sold off its service hubs in Arizona and Nevada to hone in on its core locations.
Carlsbad-based entertainment company NTN Buzztime (NYSE: NTN) released further details Monday on the corporate and company restructuring that has taken place over the last few months.
Wounded warriors in the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West at Camp Pendleton soon will have a new place to call home.
Allgire General Contractors Inc., a Carlsbad-based general contractor, has been selected to build Autumn Terrace, a 103-unit affordable apartment complex at 235 Autumn Drive in San Marcos. The developer is Temecula-based Community Collective, LLC.
"Different" is one word that can describe the relationship between the various incorporated cities in North County San Diego.
Speakers at the San Diego North Business Forecast '09 on Wednesday shared a variety of perspectives on the current economy and what it means for local businesses.
Values are as important as barley and hops to the flavor of Stone Brewing Co. While accomplishing growth of up to 47 percent per year, the company has been careful to hold on to its character.