Led by David Cohn of the Cohn Restaurant Group – has acquired the real estate located at 744-748 Ventura Place in Mission Beach for $2.1 million and the business known as The Coaster Saloon for an undisclosed amount,
In February, Pacific Beach Planning Group discussed the continuing distressing violent crime statistics from the beach community's commercial strip, and approved installation of a “scramble” pedestrian crosswalk to imp
Point Loma Retail Center Sold for $2.45 Million
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San Diego-based Williams@Rosecrans LLC has acquired a strip s
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In Pacific Beach, businesses are struggling to get new liquor licenses – and that has turned preexisting liquor licenses into pure gold.
If a business has a
Tower Paddle Boards – led by CEO Stephan Aarstol and Mark Cuban – has signed a long term lease agreement and will be taking over the 3,213 square foot retail space with over 55 feet of frontage at 1253 Garnet Ave. next
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We are seeing a significant decrease in business activity throughout Pacific Beach because of our current governmental policies.
Kids gymnastics studio coming to Pacific Beach
The Franco Realty Group represented the landlord in successfully leasing approximately 8,300 square feet of commercial space at 929 Garnet Ave. to G3 Kids Inc., a gymnastics-
The Franco Realty Group represented the landlord located at 1001 Garnet Avenue and leased out the +/- 1,600 square foot commercial space to Quicksand Escape Rooms, LLC (Greg Sanders). The new business specializes in creati
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A major retail shift is taking place during January along Garnet Avenue in Pacific Beach.
American Apparel filed
The Franco Realty Group has been retained to exclusively list for sale the 12,500 square feet of residential land on the corner of Gresham and Reed streets. The property currently is the site of Pacific Beach Christian Bib