Read about some of the major real estate players in San Diego, current market trends and updated market reports.

  • Housing market worries over hidden inventory of distressed homes

    For two years, concerns of a so-called shadow inventory of distressed properties have been an obligatory rejoinder for any forecast of local or national housing markets.

  • Essentially complete, Liberty Station looks on

    After all the controversy, Liberty Station is virtually complete.

  • Head of preservationist group protecting cultural heritage

    Bruce Coons, executive director of the Save Our Heritage Organisation, believes our culture is embodied in our buildings, and that preserving historic landmarks is synonymous to preserving our culture.

  • Leading multi-housing broker joins NAI San Diego

    NAI San Diego announced that Jack Nooren and his assistant Vanessa Vleck have joined the NAI San Diego office. Nooren joined NAI San Diego as vice president of the company and has launched a new website, www.SDApartmentBrokers.com, featuring more than 100 regional apartment listings. Nooren has been among Iowa’s top apartment brokers for the past 17 years and has completed investment sales of more than $400 million throughout his career. Nooren has been involved in the sale of over 3,750 apartments.

  • CRE investment activity improving

    Twelve months ago, capital markets were partially frozen and out of balance. Today the market has stabilized due to more data points from both the leasing and capital market sectors, and now a general albeit guarded optimism has emerged.

  • Tenant retention the result of Sudberry’s emphasis on individual attention

    Sudberry Properties is a San Diego-based real estate development and asset management firm that specializes in quality town center developments. It was founded in 1979 by Thomas W. Sudberry Jr., who continues to head the business as chairman of the board. The company strategy is to hold excellent properties for the long term, with specific emphasis on strong locations, high-quality design and construction, and an effective mix of uses in a pedestrian-friendly environment. Town centers combine retail with residential, civic and office to provide a live, work, shop and play environment.

  • Coronado’s oldest real estate company borrows from lessons learned at sea

    E.E. Cummings once wrote, “For whatever we lose, it’s always ourselves we find in the sea.”

  • JR Daley on schedule to complete Paseo Place at SDSU by fall 2011

    Despite an extremely tight schedule, JR Daley has expedited construction and is currently on track to have Paseo Place at San Diego State University open to the public for fall semester of 2011. Paseo Place is a mixed-use project, which includes 45 living units, four commercial spaces, two fraternities and a two-story underground parking structure. The living units will be upscale, featuring islands in the kitchens, granite countertops in the kitchens and bathroom as well as each unit having its own washer and dryer.

  • Owner alert: Take control of your shopping center

    What’s to be done if you own or manage a shopping center that’s seen better days? After all, we’re in a recession that’s killing everyone. Maybe you see a double dip coming. You’re not sure how your tenants are doing. They don’t report sales. You’ve never asked. But, you know they’re not doing well when you get calls from them asking for rent relief. They just need to hang on for another two or three (or five) years before the market comes back, right?

  • IREM becomes HUD-approved training provider

    Thanks to approval by the Department of Housing and Urban Development of its course on Sustainable Real Estate Management, the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) has become a HUD-approved training provider. The IREM course fulfills core training requirements for green property management as part of HUD’s Mark to Market Green Initiative and its Green Retrofit Program.

  • San Diego, Chula Vista housing markets trend together

    Mirroring the rest of the county, Chula Vista’s housing market is in a wait-and-see period, according to local brokers.

  • North Embarcadero Visionary Plan back on track

    The North Embarcadero Visionary Plan has had trouble getting out of the gate but appears to be back on track.

  • Most leasing due to tenant shuffling; but some positive absorption seen

    Office tenants bouncing around account for most of the leased space, but there still is some positive absorption.

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2014

Read about some of the major real estate players in San Diego, current market trends and this year's TOBY Award- winning properties.

Who's Who in Real Estate - 2013

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2012

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2011

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2009

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2008

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2007

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Who's Who in Real Estate - 2006

This special report highlights the major real estate players in San Diego, along with individual leaders in commercial and residential markets and the office leasing marketplace.

Who's Who in Real Estate - 2005

Find out who the major real estate players are in San Diego, as we profile individual leaders in the commercial and residential real estate markets, as well as those in the office leasing marketplace and private sector companies.

Who's Who in Real Estate - 2004

Find out who the major real estate players are in San Diego as The Daily Transcript profiles leaders in commercial and residential markets, as well as those in the office leasing marketplace.