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Parking Changes May Boost Infill Projects

BUILDING: Developers Applaud End of RegulationTim Foley, a San Diego developer who specializes in building infill apartment projects in the city’s urban neighborhoods, said he’ll likely be able to build more apartments for less money thanks to a new law that eases parking requirements.

SD 500: Perry Dealy

Perry Dealy’s company has led major local developments, and he also served as the top supervisor on projects by Douglas Manchester including the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego and Grand Del Mar Resort.

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Oceanside Apartments Sold For Nearly $3M

Complex has 12 apartments

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North Park Apartment Complex Sold For Nearly $2.9M

Complex has 15 apartments

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Coffee Co. Cultivates Direct Trade Ties

RETAIL: Owner Makes Deals With Farmers, Also Does Own Roasting

It was a conversation with a very candid customer in the early 1990s that set Jeff Taylor, president and co-owner of Bird Rock Coffee Roasters Inc., out to find the best coffee in the world.

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Startup Comma.ai Moves Its Headquarters to San Diego

TECH: Rising Tech Scene and Lower Cost of Living Draws Co.

Comma.ai, a startup developing driver assistance systems for everyday vehicles, has moved its headquarters from San Francisco to San Diego.

High-Rise Coronado Condominiums Give You a Top-Notch View

A distinctive feature of Coronado’s skyline for more than 40 years, the Coronado Shores high-rise condominium towers, adjacent to the iconic Hotel del Coronado, occupy some of California’s most prized beachfront settings.

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Location of New Library Brought Construction Challenges

ARCHITECTURE: Architects Tapped Craftsman Style

A $21.1 million new Mission Hills-Hillcrest Harley & Bessie Knox Library is both homage to the past and a warning for the future.

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Local Apartment Rent Increases Were Out of Fast Lane in February

San Diego apartment rents in February grew at the slowest rate in six years, according to a report from a national property management and real estate software company.

JLL Takes Coworking Space For Satellite Office in Carlsbad

The commercial real estate firm JLL is expanding in San Diego County, opening satellite offices in Carlsbad.

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Kensington Commons Sold For Nearly $22.7M

Project has 34 apartments.

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North Park Mixed-Use Complex Sold For $5.7M

Complex includes 10 apartments and 1,820 square feet of commercial space

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SD 500: John D. Frager

SD 500 recap: John Frager is an executive managing director for CBRE, a global commercial real estate and investment services firm, leading the company’s San Diego and Baja, Mexico business

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San Diego Voted 7th Worst City for First-Time Home Buyers

The ranking for the best and worst metro cities for first-time home buyers list by Bankrate, which looked at the 50 largest metro areas, was based on affordability, culture, housing market tightness, job market and safety, among other measures.

Erickson-Hall Makes Employee Ownership The Foundation of Its Succession Plan

Workers at Erickson-Hall Construction Co. based in Escondido will eventually own the company under a plan put in place by the company’s founders, David Erickson and Michael Hall.

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