North County Corporate Center

  • Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors, Hammer Ventures Make Big Buys

    San Diego’s commercial market is continuing its path of ramped investment activity as Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors LLC and Hammer Ventures partnership recently moved to acquire major properties. Cornerstone is now the new owner of the North County Corporate Center, while the partnership involving Hammer Ventures has acquired the Torbati Building.

    San Diego 05 June 2014 01:00
  • Vista, Sorrento Mesa Industrial Assets Fetch $75M in Separate Deals

    In a great week for the San Diego industrial real estate market, two properties traded hands in two separate deals for a combined total of over $75 million. Cornerstone Real Estate, a Connecticut-based entity, paid a fee of $57.6 million for an asset in the Vista submarket, while a Sorrento Mesa industrial building was acquired by Colorado-based Alliance Commercial Partners LLC.

    San Diego 22 May 2014 03:47

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