Research Center - San Diego

  • Yardi Matrix: San Diego Catches Silicon Valley Fever

    Multifamily Summer Report 2016: With broad-based job gains and above-average population growth, the metro continues to produce a healthy climate for multifamily.

    21 July 2016 07:23
  • UCLA Survey Forecasts a Mostly Sunny Outlook for CRE

    The latest Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Commercial Real Estate Survey shows optimism among CRE developers through 2018, but slight caution persists.

    28 January 2016 15:15
  • Coast Income Properties Inc. Acquires Pacific Ridge Corporate Centre

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Coast Income Properties Inc. has acquired a two-building office project in Carlsbad for $29 million, Rentv.com reports. The San Diego-based development company, founded in 1979, paid $239 per square foot to Brandywine Realty Trust for the Pacific Ridge Corporate Centre. The 121,500-square-foot Class A project is located at 5780 and [...]

    19 July 2012 02:07
  • New Hyatt Place Opens in Vista-Carlsbad; NBTK Holdings LP Expands Office Portfolio

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Hyatt Place San Diego/Vista-Carlsbad. The new 150-room hotel is the first Hyatt Place hotel in the Vista-Carlsbad area and the seventh hotel for Hyatt in the San Diego area. Located at 2645 South Melrose Drive, the hotel is targeting business as well as [...]

    19 July 2012 01:17
  • Soitec Solar to Invest $150 Million in New Manufacturing Facility

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor French firm Soitec Solar has received a SUNPATH award in the amount of $25 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to support its new solar manufacturing facility in San Diego. The French company acquired a 176,000-square-foot manufacturing center in December to support over 300 megawatts of advanced projects throughout [...]

    22 June 2012 19:58
  • BioMed Realty Trust Expands San Diego Portfolio

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor BioMed Realty Trust, Inc. has acquired two parcels of land totaling 28 acres in San Diego for approximately $47 million, excluding transaction costs. The locally based company announced that it has leased the two sites to Advanced BioHealing, Inc., a subsidiary of Shire plc, in a long term deal. Advanced [...]

    20 June 2012 03:29
  • Riverbend Project Sent Back to Drawing Board

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor A controversial mixed-use project along the San Diego River has been sent back to the drawing board by the Navajo community planning group, KPBS.org reports. The Riverbend project, proposed on 23.5 acres of land in the Grantville neighborhood, between Mission Gorge Road and the San Diego River, calls for the [...]

    31 May 2012 13:56
  • Gerrity Group Purchases Old Grove Marketplace in Oceanside

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Gerrity Group has acquired the Old Grove Marketplace in Oceanside from Sea Breeze Properties LLC for $19.55 million, RenTV.com reports. The 81,300-square-foot Oceanside retail center is anchored by Ralphs, Starbucks, US Bank and Lowes Home Improvement (NAP). Originally developed by Sea Breeze Properties LLC in 2005, Old Grove Marketplace presented [...]

    14 May 2012 05:14
  • Construction of $1B Green Palomar Medical Center Completed

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The new 740,000-square-foot Palomar Medical Center has passed state inspection and is scheduled to open Aug. 19. Located on a 56-acre site in the Escondido Research and Technology Center close to State Route 78 and Interstate 15, the hospital building was designed by Los Angeles-based CO Architects. The design of [...]

    08 May 2012 14:21
  • The Village at Market Creek Awarded LEED-ND Silver Certification

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Village at Market Creek has become the third project in the country to receive LEED Neighborhood Development approval after receiving a Silver designation under the LEED-ND rating system. The LEED-ND application process for The Village was funded through a grant awarded in partnership by the United States Green Building [...]

    16 March 2012 15:14
  • Excel Trust Acquires La Costa Towne Center

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The retail-focused REIT Excel Trust has acquired La Costa Towne Centre, a retail shopping center in Carlsbad, for approximately $23.5 million. Located at 7710-7770 El Camino Real, the property has around 121,000 square feet of gross leasable space and is anchored by Vons, a division of Safeway. Although the lease [...]

    12 March 2012 04:14
  • San Marcos High School Honored for Green Design and Planning

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The San Marcos Unified School District has been honored by the Coalition for Adequate School Housing (C.A.S.H.) and the American Institute of Architects California Council (AIACC), for the green design and planning of the San Marcos High School. Designed by San Diego-based school architecture firm, LPA Inc., the $180 million [...]

    03 March 2012 04:07
  • OneRoof Energy Brings 100 New Green Jobs to San Diego; LaSalle Investment Management Expands Portfolio

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Mayor Jerry Sanders, CleanTECH San Diego and OneRoof Energy have announced the creation of over 100 new green jobs. OneRoof Energy is the first U.S. residential solar company working directly with roofers to sell and install its solar systems. Last year, the company received $50 million in financing to create [...]

    26 February 2012 23:45
  • Carmel Partners Plans Multifamily Project in San Diego; Belmont Village Sold to REIT

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor San Francisco-based real estate firm Carmel Partners, through CPIII CentrePoint LLC, has acquired a 8.93-acre parcel located at 6303 El Cajon Boulevard in San Diego, according to www.rentv.com. The property was acquired from CentrePoint LLC, an entity of Douglas Wilson Investments LLC for $14 million. The site is entitled for [...]

    21 February 2012 14:34
  • Fat City Lofts Project in Danger as CCDC Votes in Favor of Solar Turbines

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Center City Development Corp. board has cast its vote on the Fat City Lofts development. As previously reported, Solar Turbines has opposed the project arguing that coexistence with the planned 232-unit apartment development would be virtually impossible. The company stated that the development would attract an environmental review that [...]

    03 February 2012 19:50