Ray Huard


Email: rhuard@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-361-8082

Recent Stories

Carlsbad Townhome Development Planned for Former Nursery Site

KB Home in partnership with IHP Capital Partners is building a housing development in Carlsbad on the 20-acre site of a former nursery at 4901 El Camino Real.

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Encinitas Eatery Aims for Cottage Charm

DEVELOPMENT: Recreating a La Jolla Success Story

Jason Peaslee is trying to recreate the quaint atmosphere and charm of The Cottage restaurant that he and a partner own in La Jolla in a remodeled portion of an Encinitas shopping center.

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Bioterra HQ in Sorrento Mesa a First for Longfellow Partners

Longfellow Real Estate Partners is building its first ground-up life science building in San Diego with construction of the 320,000-square foot Bioterra building.

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Demand for Industrial Space Sets Record

Demand for industrial space in San Diego County set a record in the second quarter of 2022, with the county-wide vacancy rate dropping to the unheard-of level of less than 2% and rents rapidly rising.

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Palomar Building $100M Facility in Escondido

HEALTHCARE: New Behavioral Health Institute a Joint Venture

Palomar Health is planning to build a $100 million mental health hospital in Escondido.

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Stos Partners Ventures into Tennessee

Stos Partners based in Encinitas has acquired a Tennessee industrial building in the Nashville suburb of Spring Hill for $52 million.

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South Park Apartment Building Sold for $3.2M

A South Park apartment building has been sold for $3.2 million. The property at 3136 Hawthorn St. was bought by 3136 Hawthorn St., LLC.

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Bankers Hill Medical Building Sold for $4M

The 3,700 square-foot building at 281 Fourth Ave – 4th & Palm – was acquired by 4th Avenue Property Owner, a developer based in Brooklyn, NY.

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Amber Frankhuizen Has a Passion for Marketing

REAL ESTATE: Making a Name for a Business

Real estate developers are pros when it comes to building everything from the apartment towers that are changing the skyline of downtown San Diego to single-family homes. But when it comes to making a name for themselves and establishing a brand identity, that’s another matter entirely.

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Balance Returning to Housing Market

San Diego County’s housing market is getting back into what many said is a balance, with neither sellers nor buyers having a distinct advantage compared to the frenzied market of the past two years when buyers faced bidding wars and sellers were getting multiple offers – often thousands of dollars above listing prices.

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