Sudberry Properties on Target for Early 2010 Opening of Watermark Building.

Monday, 06 July 2009 00:00
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Building Designed to Achieve LEED Gold Certification Upon Completion, Will House Corporate Headquarters for MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc.

July 6, 2009
SAN DIEGO – Sudberry Properties, Inc, one of the leading commercial developers in Southern California, has announced that its new six story, 154,987-square foot building is 50 percent complete and on schedule for occupancy on Feb. 1, 2010. The professional building located at 10811 Scripps Gateway Court will be the new corporate headquarters for MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc., a San Diego based company and the nation's largest privately held pharmacy benefit management company delivering pharmacy benefits to more than 32 million individuals nationwide. The campus will also be home to several other businesses.

Saturday, 13 June 2009 00:00
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June 13, 2009
MISSION VALLEY — A long-abandoned tunnel once used by trucks working a Mission Valley quarry will reopen this month as a pedestrian underpass – a linchpin in a planned system of trails and pathways leading from Serra Mesa to Normal Heights.

The tunnel, which runs under Friars Road near Qualcomm Stadium, will enable people to walk from the north side of Mission Valley to the San Diego River without feeling like they're playing the classic arcade game of Frogger.

Saturday, 06 June 2009 00:00
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June 6, 2009
Cities will co-develop
Shopping center project to involve Chula Vista

NATIONAL CITY — National City and Chula Vista have agreed to work together to develop nearly 25 acres of land just north of state Route 54 that includes the former Harbor Drive-in and straddles the cities' border.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 00:00
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May 27, 2009
With San Diego facing a water shortage and growing population, regional developers are fearful that their industry may face tougher days and stricter laws.

"My fear is that real estate development projects are going to get caught up in the middle until we work out these issues," said Gary London, president of The London Group Realty Advisors. "I fear that the water issue is going to become the new nimbly issue, the new not-in-my-backyard-issue. The people that don’t want the development are going to say 'ah hah we don’t want development because we can't afford to give this new development the precious water that we have.' They’re going to use that as a political issue."


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