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  • Community Benefits

    San Diego— On the morning of Feb. 11, the street was packed in front of a new 12-story high-rise here.

  • Hope for Unsold LIHTCs

    San Diego— Affordable housing developers are still looking for investors to buy $3 billion to $4 billion in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) left over from 2007 and 2008, and one expert believes these tax credits will find buyers this year.

  • Mortgage Bankers Bet on Government

    San Diego —Massive losses and deep layoffs in the finance industry didn’t stop bankers and commercial real estate dealmakers from converging on San Diego for this year’s Mortgage Bankers Associatio ’s (MBA) Commercial Real Estate Finance/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo—but the crisis that...

  • In the News

    Study shows high on-the-job death rate for Hispanic workers; San Diego launches new recycling mandate; states crack down on copper theft; more

  • Surviving Wildfire

    Five Southern California "shelter in place" communities have proven they can stand up to raging wildfires. What can builders learn from their success

  • Building on History

    SAN DIEGO -- The former Wyoming National Bank building sat empty for more than two decades, with little hope for it to ever be restored.

  • Fairbanks Ridge Achieves Style andAffordability

    SAN DIEGO, CA. - Fairbanks Ridge Apartments is an affordable housing development integrated into an upscale master-planned community that includes million-dollar homes.

  • Enlighten 2006 Call for Speakers


  • A Call to Action

    "The Year of Awareness: A Call to Action" was the theme for enlighten 2006, the International Association of Lighting Designers' (IALD) annual education conference. Held at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, the sunny location made an equally strong impression on the 200-plus attendees, as did...

  • Carlsbad, Calif.: City Ordinance Produces MoreThan 1,700 Units

    This city requires 15 percent of all new residential developments to be affordable to low-income residents.