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Recent Stories

Museum Doubles Size With $105M Expansion

CONSTRUCTION: La Jolla Project Included Rewards, Challenges

A $105 million renovation and expansion of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla is wrapping up with the museum scheduled to open to the public in April.

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Affordable Housing Project First of Four Planned for Escondido

$32 Million Valley Senior Village Is Slated to Be First of a Series

A downtown Escondido apartment project that started construction in mid-January will be the first in a series of similar North County affordable housing projects.

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FS Design Redoing Interiors at Palomar Medical Center

HEALTHCARE: Revamped Decor Focuses on Patient Comfort

Cold, sterile maybe even scary used to be words that might come to mind in describing a traditional medical center or outpatient clinic. Now, try warm, inviting, even comfortable.

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Irvine Co. Expands San Diego Offices

Business Owns 9 Million Square Feet of Commercial Space in the Local Market

Irvine Company is expanding its San Diego operations as the company predicts a big year in 2022.

Waterford Property Pays $157M for 3 Apartment Complexes

REAL ESTATE: Lower Rents the Goal in Escondido

Waterford Property Co., based in Newport Beach, has acquired three Escondido apartment complexes for $157 million in partnership with the California Statewide Community Development Authority as part of a program to provide stable housing for middle income renters.

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Replacing Classrooms and Expanding Services

HIGHER EDUCATION: Grossmont College Launches $49.3M Project

A $49.3 million construction project under way at Grossmont College in El Cajon will greatly expand services the college offers veterans and replaces several aging classroom buildings.

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Vista Medical Building Sold

A Vista medical office building has been sold for nearly $11.3 million.

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Encinitas-Based Tower 16 Acquires Albuquerque Properties

Tower 16 Capital Partners based in Encinitas has acquired four New Mexico apartment buildings with a total of 572 apartments for an undisclosed price.

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Mission Beach Apartment Building Sold

A Mission Beach apartment building has been sold for nearly $7.3 million.

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Riding Center Gives Way to Senior Living

Westmont Redevelops Former Seabreeze Farms Property

La Jolla-based Westmont Living is building a new senior living complex in Carmel Valley, its fifth in San Diego County.

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