San Diego home prices continued to increase into COVID-19’s second month and grew at a quicker pace than other California cities. Home prices in the San Diego metropolitan area had risen 5.8 percent in a year,
San Diego Gas & Electric announced Monday that its residential customers will get a 5% reduction in pricing starting July 1 to help them deal with hot weather while spending more time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the coronavirus still looming large over the economy, the unemployment rate in San Diego County remained steady at 15% in May, same as the previous month, according to figures released Friday by the state Employment Development Department.
Housing sales in San Diego County had their biggest annual drop in nearly 30 years in May as COVID-19 brought the market to crawl. There were 2,327 home sales in May, down 40.7 percent from the previous year,
San Diego will resume enforcement of all parking regulations next month after a nearly four-month hiatus prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Enforcement will begin July 1 with written warnings for violations,
LOS ANGELES, June 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Elevated Spirits Company is pleased to announce that Cierto Tequila was awarded an extraordinary nine (9) medals at the 2020 San Diego International Wine & Spirits Challenge (SDIWSC).
San Diego has taken a key step toward transforming Palm Avenue, the city’s blighted gateway to Imperial Beach, into a thriving corridor for businesses, housing, bicycling and pedestrians. The city acquired from the state Department of Transportation the final stretch of roadway needed to eliminate regulatory red tape and accelerate progress on a 2016 master plan to modernize and upgrade Palm Avenue.
At a time of such economic uncertainty, the eighth annual edition of the San Diego Union-Tribune’s Top Workplaces takes on a heightened sense of relevance. With so many business sectors affected by and emerging from coronavirus restrictions,
Solar energy has found an accommodating place on rooftops across the county and according to a report that compiled numbers from major metropolitan areas, San Diego finished second in the nation for solar capacity — in the total amount installed as well as on a per-person basis.
A well-known real estate tracker is predicting a 10 percent drop in rents in San Diego County by the end of the year because of the economic fallout of COVID-19. CoStar says the average rent now, around $1,
San Diego estimates it will have lost $11.2 million in deferred rent payments on city-owned properties because of the coronavirus pandemic, and the number is expected to continue to grow. inewsource talked with about a dozen lessees that the city identified as behind on rent,
Home prices in the San Diego metropolitan area had risen 5.2 percent in a year, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices reported Tuesday. It was the highest annual increase since last summer. Prices increased 4.
Members of San Diego’s restaurant industry showed off procedures Monday that local eateries are proposing to keep customers and employees safe once dine-in service is allowed to resume under the state’s “stay at home” order.