The San Diego Building Owners and Managers Association announced Friday that Liz Howeth of Kilroy Realty Corporation and Gabriela Davis of Brandywine Realty Trust are recipients of 2012 Jack Moshgat Scholarships.
You saw AB 1103 coming, and your buildings are now benchmarking their energy use in ENERGY STAR. And, even though AB 1103 has been postponed yet again, hopefully you have been able to make improvements in building operations via your increased understanding of your building’s energy spending. Now, you want to extend the same idea to other areas in your portfolio. But where do you start? This article will provide best practices for tracking beyond energy to improve your buildings’ sustainability performance on a variety of metrics.
The San Diego Building Owners and Managers Association recently announced the nominees for the local level of “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) awards. The TOBY Awards are the most prestigious and comprehensive of their kind in the commercial real estate industry, recognizing quality in office buildings and rewarding excellence in office building management. The winners will be announced at BOMA’s annual Winter Gala set for Nov. 9 at La Costa Resort & Spa.
Torrey Pines Court (Under 100,000 Square Feet Category) and Kilroy Santa Fe Summit (Corporate Facility Category) are the Pacific Southwest regional winners of “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) Award presented by the San Diego Building Owners & Managers Association.
When great firms partner, even greater things happen. Plus One and Irvine Company Office Properties are pleased to announce the opening of the latest in fitness center luxury; the creation of two leaders in their respective industries. Broadway Athletic and Swim Club is set to open its doors on Monday, June 25 as the premier amenity in the Irvine Company Office Properties portfolio.
With nearly half of 2012 behind us, the San Diego retail market has been defined by slow, organic improvements. While not dramatic, these improvements will continue to augment activity in the retail segment as market fundamentals slowly continue to strengthen and realign themselves after the financial crisis. Small, but positive changes in unemployment and consumer confidence have been especially instrumental in supporting the retail market. As these indicators continue to improve, expect to see the retail recovery accelerate in the second half of 2012.
At first, it is surprising to hear Jeff Stone, Bob Reck, and Gary Bryant speak in glowing terms about a bank. After all, they are, respectively, chief credit officer, first vice president and vice president of business banking at a credit union — North Island Credit Union. But, the bank in question, San Diego Trust and Savings Bank, was not like other banks. In fact, in many respects, it was more like a credit union. And, it was the invaluable training ground for the three Island executives.
Today’s workplace looks and performs very differently than even a decade ago. On Monday, June 25 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., five leaders in the real estate, architecture and technology fields will explore the continuing evolution of America’s “office” as part of the Every Building Conference & Expo, presented by BOMA International and BUILDINGS, June 24 to 26 in Seattle.
In recent years, market forces and simple economics have refocused the attention of commercial real estate owners and management practitioners on energy conservation as a compelling driver of overall asset performance.
Approximately 1,500 apartment units are projected to hit the San Diego market this year -- more than triple last year’s figure -- and many more are in the pipeline, according to Novato, Ca.-based RealFacts.
Timothy Meissner and Jerry Jacquet, principals of the commercial property management firm that bears their surnames, enjoy an easy camaraderie of two men celebrating 20 years in business together and looking forward to spending another 20 doing what they love.
In this special report, we explore new developments around the county and discuss some of the issues facing the industry -- such as affordable housing, land use and commercial real estate demands. The Daily Transcript is also the media sponsor of the Workforce Housing Conference presented by USD's Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate, an event that focuses on solutions to the workforce housing crisis and features individuals from the public sector, labor, employers, environmental coalitions, military and the real estate industry.