La Jolla

DEFENSE

La Jolla Playhouse recipient of David C. Copley Foundation grant

The David C. Copley Foundation has awarded La Jolla Playhouse a $100,000 grant for the launching of its Military Outreach Initiative for the 2015-2016 season.

LAW

Miserlis named partner at Tyson & Mendes

Tyson & Mendes, which has an office in La Jolla, has promoted Mina Miserlis to partner.

GOVERNMENT

UCSD launches new master's degree program in public policy

The School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California San Diego has expanded its roster of degree programs with the launch of a new Master of Public Policy.

EDUCATION

UCSD to offer master's in business analytics

HEALTH

UCSD Health, AccentCare announce joint venture

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Visitor Information

Imagine a place of breathtakingly spectacular natural beauty, with a variety of magnificent beaches and an abundance of marine life; a place where the average temperature is a perfect 71 degrees (and rarely exceeds 85); a place that affords to its residents and visitors alike an array of world-class restaurants, shopping and performance arts, along with internationally renowned health care facilities, schools, research institutions, museums, and golf courses; a place that is/was called home by noted actors, authors, astronauts, musicians, playwrights, physicians, scientists and Nobel laureates. It's unimaginable that such a place actually exists. And yet it does. Right here. It's a place called La Jolla.

According to the La Jolla Town Council, there are about 42,000 people that live within the 92037 ZIP code. For planning purposes, says the LJTC, the community consists of approximately 5,718 acres, bounded on the west by seven miles of coastline along the Pacific Ocean; on the north, by the University of California San Diego; on the south, by the community of Pacific Beach; and on the east, by Gilman Drive and Interstate 5. Within La Jolla, communities such as Bird Rock, Cliffridge, La Jolla Shores, La Jolla Village and Mt. Soledad have their own distinctive identities.

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Business Information

“La Jolla is on fire right now. Vacancy is the lowest I've seen it in six years and the appetite for space is very high,” said Jim Rinehart, who specializes in La Jolla for the commercial real estate firm CBRE. “There's a lot of people that are looking for space in La Jolla and can't find it. So, that's a good problem to have,”

Rinehart said Sur La Table (culinary store), Nativa FurnitureOrange Theory FitnessNosh Delicatessen and two purveyors of women's fashion and accessories, Lo Lo Callisto and Kate Spade, are among the newcomers to the La Jolla retail scene.

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La Jolla Businesses

Callan Capital

1250 Prospect St., Ste. One
La Jolla, CA
  • Asset Management Services
  • Benefits & Retirement Program
  • Financial Planning & Services
  • Financial Planning Services
  • Financial Services
  • Retirement Planning & Services
  • Tax Services
  • Wealth Management

The Lodge at Torrey Pines

11480 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
La Jolla, CA
  • Business Travel
  • Corporate Lodging
  • Corporate Travel
  • Hospitality
  • Hospitality Services
  • Hotels
  • Hotels - Resort
  • Resorts
  • Restaurant
  • Restaurants
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La Jolla's natural wonders attract ecotourists

La Jolla's Underwater Park is a popular destination for boaters and divers.

La Jolla slips to 3rd most expensive neighborhood in U.S.

After three consecutive years as the most expensive neighborhood in America, La Jolla has fallen to No. 3 among 317 of the nation's housing markets, according to the 2006 Coldwell Banker Home Price Comparison Index (HPCI). The HPCI is an "apples to apples" comparison of similar 2,200-square-foot homes sold in typical, middle-management neighborhoods.

Running with the winner at Roppongi

Sami Ladeki is one of the best restaurant operators on the local dining scene. In addition to creating unique dining concepts and wonderful ambiance to accompany the menus, he has demonstrated his abilities as a pragmatic businessman, and when he finds a successful formula, he runs with it.

La Jolla exploration company seeks gold in Alaska

La Jolla-based Tonogold Resources Inc. (Other OTC: TNGL.PK) announced Wednesday that it entered two agreements to explore, and possibly purchase, land in Alaska where the company literally hopes to strike gold.

La Jolla in Photos

Spotlight on La Jolla

“La Jolla is the jewel of the crown of San Diego. It's almost like being in the south of France, you know? If you go to the south of France, it will look and feel exactly the same way. It's great energy in La Jolla. This is a special place to be.” -- Bernard Guillas, Executive Chef, The Marine Room.

Homes for Sale

Seller will entertain offers between $3,750,000 - $4,495,000
$630,000

Movie Theaters

8657 Villa LaJolla Dr
La Jolla, CA, 92037
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA, 92093
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA, 92093

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Newsmakers

Maserati of San Diego

Jack Lorent, sales manager of Maserati of San Diego, talks about the history and heritage of Maserati and their newest, affordable model, the Ghibli.

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Arts

Blueprints To Freedom: An Ode to Bayard Rustin

This world-premiere play, based on true events, will be directed by Lucie Tiberghien and is written by Michael Benjamin Washington (The Wiz, Memphis), who also leads the cast in his role as civil rights activist Bayard Rustin. Blueprints To Freedom is a co-production with Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Blueprints takes inspiration from the sweltering political and racial heat of 1963 when Bayard Rustin – the brilliant proponent of non-violent civil disobedience – is assigned to orchestrate an unprecedented march for jobs and freedom.
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Strategic Thinking for Managers

This course will give managers, directors, and VPs the practical tools and working knowledge to develop strategic thinking and strategic behavior in their organizations, with the focus on translating core strategy concepts and models into immediate and practical applications for a wide range of industries and forms.
Arts

Blueprints To Freedom: An Ode to Bayard Rustin

This world-premiere play, based on true events, will be directed by Lucie Tiberghien and is written by Michael Benjamin Washington (The Wiz, Memphis), who also leads the cast in his role as civil rights activist Bayard Rustin. Blueprints To Freedom is a co-production with Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Blueprints takes inspiration from the sweltering political and racial heat of 1963 when Bayard Rustin – the brilliant proponent of non-violent civil disobedience – is assigned to orchestrate an unprecedented march for jobs and freedom.
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Work/Life Integration For Managers

This half-day course will give managers, directors, and VPs the practical knowledge and skills to develop work/life strategies, programs, and approaches to create a workforce that is less stressed, more engaged, and thoroughly productive.
Arts

Blueprints To Freedom: An Ode to Bayard Rustin

This world-premiere play, based on true events, will be directed by Lucie Tiberghien and is written by Michael Benjamin Washington (The Wiz, Memphis), who also leads the cast in his role as civil rights activist Bayard Rustin. Blueprints To Freedom is a co-production with Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Blueprints takes inspiration from the sweltering political and racial heat of 1963 when Bayard Rustin – the brilliant proponent of non-violent civil disobedience – is assigned to orchestrate an unprecedented march for jobs and freedom.
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