This week’s business news includes changes to development in downtown San Diego development, ProFlowers closing its doors and Jeporday! ratings hitting a 14-year high.
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Not so fast, urban exodus: Coronavirus could make New York and San Francisco great places to live again
With some employers offering work from home on a permanent basis, and others offering more space and privacy to the workers who do come in, office rents are projected to fall. And those lower prices ...
Plans Unveiled for Development Around Future Downtown San Jose BART Station
Plans unveiled by the VTA and London-based design firm Foster Partners show how a future downtown San Jose BART station could spur a densely-packed development around it. Len Ramirez reports. (9-20-20 ...
26-story condo tower proposed where entrance to future downtown San Jose BART station is planned
VTA plans to eventually make a formal offer to acquire the highrise site from its current owner, which is also looking to build a 31-story affordable housing tower in #SanJose's SoFA District. #Silico ...
Report: Local unemployment at lowest rate since early April
The estimated unemployment rate in San Diego County fell to 13.3%, nearly 12 points lower than the region’s peak in May.
San Diego State to play football next year in suburban LA
San Diego State will play its football games during the spring and fall 2021 seasons at a suburban Los Angeles soccer stadium and will raze 70,000-seat SDCCU Stadium earlier than planned to expedite ...
Horton Plaza developers cast wider net, hope to lure life science firms downtown
San Diego's biotech sector, now clustered around research institutes in La Jolla, is one of the few industries doing well amid the coronavirus pandemic ...
San Diego tourism industry update: ‘We’re in a deep depression’
As San Diego leaves behind the summer season, the local tourism industry worries that visitor spending will take an even deep dive ...
Column: Reports on the death of cities maybe premature
executive director of the San Diego Association of Governments. In March, the pandemic had critics contending his emerging, $177 billion transportation plan for decades into the future was already ...
San Diego picks team with worldwide experience creating entertainment districts for arena project
San Diego’s efforts ... of strategy and business development for ASM Global, said the team is focused on including a completely new arena in its plan. “The future of the sports arena site ...
Morning Report: The Deal Before the 101 Ash St. Deal
Why San Diego ... of future court battles. Faced with a tight deadline by the New York-based property owners and the prospect of either a significant rent hike or eviction, officials needed a ...
Private lawyers do what San Diego city attorneys have not: Sue to reverse Ash Street contract
Two San Diego law firms have teamed up with a prominent Los Angeles civil litigation specialist to sue the former owners of the downtown high ... Shapery and Cisterra Development also are named ...
Coronavirus economy: Downtown San Jose faces big challenges, survey discovers
SAN JOSE — Downtown San Jose faces significant challenges amid the coronavirus, with most people hesitant to visit the urban core of the Bay Area’s largest city, a survey released on Friday shows.