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Grossmont Healthcare District Plans $240.8 Million Projects; Kaiser Permanente to Build New Hospital in Kearny Mesa

Grossmont Healthcare District Plans $240.8 Million Projects; Kaiser Permanente to Build New Hospital in Kearny Mesa

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The San Diego medical care sector is buzzing once again as the Grossmont Healthcare District plans to break ground on several projects worth $240.8 million at the Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa next year and Kaiser Permanente announces plans to build a new 350-bed hospital…

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Echo Pacific to Build Bio-Tech High School; Newmark Realty Capital Arranges $224 Million Financing for Class A Office Building

Echo Pacific to Build Bio-Tech High School; Newmark Realty Capital Arranges $224 Million Financing for Class A Office Building

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Echo Pacific Construction Inc. has started construction on The Del Lago Academy, Campus of Applied Science in Escondido. The new bio-tech high school is part of the Escondido Union High School District’s $98 million general obligation bond measure. According to Chris Rowe, Owner and President of…

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Cypress Office Properties LLC Expands Portfolio; BioMed Realty Trust Plans to Raise Over $400 Million to Invest in Life-Sciences Buildings

Cypress Office Properties LLC Expands Portfolio; BioMed Realty Trust Plans to Raise Over $400 Million to Invest in Life-Sciences Buildings

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor San Diego-based Cypress Office Properties LLC has purchased a 78,400-square-foot Class A office building in Escondido. Located at 500 La Terraza Blvd, the three-story building was built in 2008 and RenTV.com reports it was 38 percent [...]…

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Terramar Retail Centers Present Green Redevelopment Plan for Seaport Village

Terramar Retail Centers Present Green Redevelopment Plan for Seaport Village

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Terramar Retail Centers, owner of the Seaport Village, has come up with a redevelopment plan that aims to revitalize the Bayside shopping center. Signon San Diego reports the plan calls for an 82-room hotel, simplification of [...]…

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IDS Real Estate Group Expands Portfolio; DPR Construction Awarded Top LEED Certifications

IDS Real Estate Group Expands Portfolio; DPR Construction Awarded Top LEED Certifications

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor IDS Real Estate Group has acquired a 411,200-square-foot industrial/warehouse building in the Kearny Mesa area, RenTV.com reports. The 19-acre property located at 4000 Ruffin Rd is a Class B, multi-tenant facility with an 85 percent occupancy [...]…

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Fat City Lofts Development and Solar Turbines Spark a Conflict of Opinions in San Diego

Fat City Lofts Development and Solar Turbines  Spark a Conflict of Opinions in San Diego

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor With projects such as Horton Plaza, Civic Center Complex and the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan, the San Diego downtown area is clearly transforming into an ideal place to live, work and be entertained. Signon San Diego [...]…

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Downtown Waterfront Project Faces New Hurdle

Downtown Waterfront Project Faces New Hurdle

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Although the Navy’s downtown waterfront project was approved 20 years ago, Signon San Diego reports the plan is facing a new hurdle. The $1.1 billion, 3.25-million-square-foot reconstruction must be approved by the California Coastal Commission which [...]…

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Navarra Family, Lankford & Associates, Portman Holdings and Phelps Development Partner in 3 Million-Square-Foot Mixed-Used Project

Navarra Family, Lankford & Associates, Portman Holdings and Phelps Development Partner in 3 Million-Square-Foot Mixed-Used Project

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor San Diego’s biggest downtown development since Petco Park could become a reality as a new development team prepares to announce an ambitious plan. Signon San Diego reports that Jerry Navarra, chairman of Jerome’s Furniture, has chosen [...]…

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City Council Approves Plan to Support the Expansion of the San Diego Convention Center

City Council Approves Plan to Support the Expansion of the San Diego Convention Center

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The City Council of San Diego has unanimously approved the plan that aims to gather most of the funds needed to pay for the $550 million expansion of the San Diego Convention Center. Signon San Diego [...]…

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$634 Million State Courthouse Faces Last Hurdle; Modernist Architect Lloyd Ruocco to be Commemorated

$634 Million State Courthouse Faces Last Hurdle; Modernist Architect Lloyd Ruocco to be Commemorated

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The design for a new downtown state courthouse in San Diego is close to completion, Signon San Diego reports. It is uncertain whether the $634 million construction will overcome the hurdle represented by the state’s budget [...]…

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Malin Burnham Center of Civic Engagement to Oversee ‘Greater San Diego Vision’

Malin Burnham Center of Civic Engagement to Oversee ‘Greater San Diego Vision’

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Retired real estate executive Malin Burnham has donated $5 million seed money to create the Malin Burnham Center of Civic Engagement. Signon San Diego reports the organization will be housed at the San Diego Foundation in [...]…

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Balfour Beatty/Barnhart Awarded $221.5 Million Contract; Architects Busy on Chargers Stadium Design

Balfour Beatty/Barnhart Awarded $221.5 Million Contract; Architects Busy on Chargers Stadium Design

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor San Diego County has awarded a $221.5 million contract to Balfour Beatty/Barnhart to design and build a modern women’s jail. The new facility will be constructed on the site of the existing Las Colinas Detention Facility [...]…

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