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Join 700+ peers and get the latest market intelligence from experts you can count on at RealShare ORANGE COUNTY on August 18. CARLSBAD, CA-While creative space has taken the office market by storm, industrial users are also craving these amenities, SR Commercial 's principals Adam Robinson and CJ Stos tell GlobeSt.com. As GlobeSt.com reported last week , the privately held, full-service commercial real estate investment company has acquired an 11.8-acre land parcel in Carlsbad on which it plans to develop a 151,500-square-foot, multi-tenant industrial distribution project. Comment?
McDonald: 'This is the first time in the Inland Empire that more than 1 million square feet is coming out of the ground at the same time.' NEWPORT BEACH, CA-In the long run, Southern California's infill markets will perform well even if interest rates rise, McDonald Property Group 's president Bruce McDonald tells GlobeSt.com. Comment?
Judson: 'There has been a significant decline in quick housing flips, partially due to sellers being aware of the returning equity in their home.' SAN DIEGO-It is equally advantageous right now for a seller to sell and a buyer to buy a home in San Diego, Ryan Judson , director, luxury division, White Label Home Collective for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services , tells GlobeSt.com exclusively. Comment?
Vivante on the Coast was recently presented with the Gold Award in the assisted living/special-needs community category at the National Association of Home Builders 50+ Housing Council 's Best of 50+ Housing Awards. The senior-living community was recognized for both its forward-thinking design and resident-focused programming. Comment?
Massive levels of net absorption in San Diego industrial property ranked 2014 as the strongest year for demand in the last nine years. SAN DIEGO-Massive levels of net absorption ranked 2014 as the strongest year for demand in the last nine years. Comment?
With the acquisition of Waterleaf, TruAmerica has been involved in two of the largest multifamily transactions recorded in supply-constrained San Diego County in the past 18 months. SAN DIEGO- TruAmerica Multifamily and joint venture partner Investcorp have acquired the 456-unit Waterleaf Apartments in the North San Diego County suburb of Vista in an off-market transaction valued at $86.2 million. Comment?
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