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Far north of San Diego sits the modest town of Truckee, California. Perhaps most well-known as the site of the infamous Donner Party, Truckee is now popular for its Old West-style downtown and proximity to Lake Tahoe and world-class skiing.
If you take Interstate 5 north from San Diego for about an hour, you will arrive in Oceanside. The city of about 170,000 residents is the third largest in San Diego County, and is about to see some growth near its popular beach.
According to a recent report, the California industrial commercial real estate market is booming. Though San Diego isn’t listed among the top five markets in the state, many sources indicate that commercial real estate here is also in high demand.
You might not have felt it, but the Port of San Diego, a portion of the Bayfront and Chula Vista recently rose 14 feet.
It is, without a doubt, rare to see a laundromat designated as a historic building in California (or anywhere else for that matter). The Wash Club in San Francisco is no exception, though the owner was compelled by the Board of Supervisors there to fund a $23,000 study to determine if the structure should be designated historic. The 137-page analysis came to a conclusion that could have been squeezed down to a single word: no.
Office buildings, industrial, retail, restaurants, hotels and housing. These have been the mainstays of San Diego commercial real estate for years. While all are likely to be around for many more years, changes are afoot, the Union-Tribune reported recently.
There is no doubt that Amazon has remade retail. Its supply-chain management system is a model of efficiency, moving products from manufacturers to consumers' doorsteps at breakneck speed.
It is about a three and a half hour drive north of San Diego along the shore to get to Malibu. The enclave of movie and music stars is known for its Mediterranean climate and beautiful, expensive beachfront homes.