The Daily Transcript and Commercial Real Estate Alliance of San Diego present this year’s Deal Makers of the Year awards.

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Apartment prices may double in five years

Apartment values should double within the next five years, according to Fred Schnaubelt, former San Diego City Councilman and president of Fredrick Schnaubelt & Sons, an apartment investor.

Local REITs acquire assets from across the country

Some San Diego-area REITs are acquiring other REITs, while others continue to acquire assets from all over the country.

Winner: Retail sales/leases

Chuck Klein, Kevin HeldCassidy Turley San DiegoEncinitas Village Square I, 1446-1486 Encinitas Blvd., Encinitas25,810 square feet on 112,385 square feet of landTotal consideration: $9.25 million

Winner: Office sales/leases

Russell Ingram, Kevin Shannon, Louay Alsadek, Evan August, Kraig Kristofferson, Stacy Meronoff and Andrew TaylorCBREDiamondView Tower, 350 Tenth Ave., San Diego15 stories, 305,255 square feetTotal Consideration: $121 million

Winner: Multifamily sales/leases

Craig Stewart, Bill AndersonACRE Investment Real Estate ServicesRoyal Oaks, 650 Woodward Street, San Marcos89,676 square feet and 122 unitsTotal consideration: $16.85 million

Winner: Industrial sales/leases

Tom Martinez, Evan Knudson and Brian Klepacki (tenant brokers); Rich Kwasny, Shane Harmon (landlord brokers)CBRESiempre Viva Business Park, 9043 Siempre Viva Road, San Diego257,972 square feetTotal consideration: $4.5 million

Winner: Land sales/leases

Victor Krebs, ​Rob MorganColliers InternationalCentrePoint, 6303 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego312 units with 4,000 square feet ground- floor commercial spaceTotal Consideration: $14 million

Multifamily sales/leases finalists

Kevin Mulhern, Dixie Hall, Rachel Parsons and Tyler AndersonCBREFour properties in four counties, including Las Flores at 7039 Charmant Drive, La JollaFour properties totaling 820 unitsTotal consideration: $169 million

Industrial sales/leases finalists

Bryce Aberg, SIOR, Brant AbergCassidy Turley San Diego9115 Activity Road, San Diego85,180 square feetTotal consideration: $10.1 million

Retail sales/leases finalists

Bo Gibbons, Ken Robak, Brian Crepeau and Robert Phillips; Pete Bethea, Kipp GstettenbauerPacific Coast Commercial, Cushman & WakefieldGlasshouse Square, 3146-3156 Sports Arena Blvd., San Diego101,818 square feetTotal consideration: $24 million

Retail sales/leases finalists

Don Curtis, Greg BrownHFF LPEncinitas Village, 105-133 North Camino Real, Encinitas183,675 square feetTotal consideration: $43 million loan price

Retail sales/leases finalists

Phil Voorhees, Reg Kobzi, Joel WilsonCBREBonita Centre, 4364-4450 Bonita Road, Bonita98,854 square feetTotal consideration: $30.55 million

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Profiles

Cushman & Wakefield exec sees bright future in North County developments

The history of San Diego isn't contained solely in books or museums. In fact, an interesting lesson in one aspect of San Diego history -- its commercial real estate -- can be gleaned merely by driving through the city's sub-markets of Kearny Mesa, Miramar and Sorrento Mesa. And, if you ask Tim Hoag, a senior director of commercial investment property sales in the Golden Triangle office of Cushman & Wakefield, its bright future can be seen in Poway, Rancho Bernardo and along the Interstate 15 corridor.

The 'new b' at BCL Inc.

With more than two decades of experience, Steve Bollert is hardly a newbie when it comes to commercial real estate. But he is the “new B” at BCL Inc., a 16-year-old company that owns and manages 1.2 million square feet of commercial space throughout Southern California and Arizona.

One of the 'top producers' in local real estate

Fresh out of the University of Colorado in 1984 with a bachelor's degree in finance and real estate and without any job prospects, David Santistevan sought the advice of a close friend.

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