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Seaport San Diego Plans Evolving

San Diego Business Journal By Ray Huard 01/25/21 – Project Responding to Burgeoning Downtown Redevelopment Developers of the massive Seaport project are reorganizing elements of the project in response to the burgeoning redevelopment of downtown. The general makeup of the $2.5 billion project on the waterfront will remain the same but some of the retail …read more

Los Angeles Business Journal – On The Move

01/18/21 – Gafcon, Inc., a San Diego based construction management consultancy firm, is now providing our expertise to multifamily property owners and operators. Gafcon’s Multifamily Renovations services take existing C and B-level multifamily properties with 75 to 250 units and improve them to the class level that provides optimal ROI, based upon location and condition, …read more

CNBC series ‘Streets of Dreams’ puts San Diego Bay on national display

The San Diego Union Tribune By Jennifer Van Grove 01/18/21 – Part of a five-part series, an episode featuring Harbor Drive shines a light on San Diego’s growing, but under-the-radar ocean industry Harbor Drive — the San Diego road that traces downtown’s waterfront — is perhaps most widely recognized for its scenic qualities, but a …read more

‘Streets of Dreams’ Takes an Economic Look at San Diego’s Waterfront

01/18/21 – The San Diego economy — specifically its working waterfront and its Blue Economy — gets national attention Tuesday when television personality Marcus Lemonis takes a video tour of Harbor Drive from the 32nd Street naval station to Point Loma. In the latest episode of “Streets of Dreams,” Lemonis goes behind the security fences, …read more

Gafcon, Nevin Team Up to Upgrade Old Apartments

The Daily Transcript By Thor Kamban Biberman 01/14/21 – Gafcon, Inc. and real estate economist Alan Nevin have formed a partnership to rehabilitate and sell what are currently deteriorating apartments in the region. The plan is to take existing Class B and C apartments with between 75 to 250 units and repair them to a …read more

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