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Jack Crittenden

Coronado

Once again, Coronado is king of family-friendly neighborhoods

Our City undertook an extensive study to identify the best neighborhoods for families based on five main categories: schools, crime and safety, access to youth facilities, moral cleanliness, and health. more

Real Estate & Construction 10 Comments

If you need any more evidence as to how hot San Diego's multifamily real estate market is today, look at these four deals. Wear sunglasses 'cause they're blinding. more

Real Estate & Construction

Now legalized in California, recreational marijuana can be sold just like any other product. However, finding a site to set up shop is a challenge. more

Real Estate & Construction

Industrial space is the hottest category in San Diego and developers are responding with more new construction than at any time in the last 12 years. Here's the largest projects and where they are located. more

Real Estate & Construction

We identify the companies that are driving the San Diego economy into the future through their fiscal impact, influence and other factors. more

Business & Economics

Downtown San Diego

No place for kids. Downtown San Diego ranked last, again

Class A space is being driven by life science companies and 1.5 million square feet are under construction more

Real Estate & Construction

The San Diego History Center is using a new strategy that allows visitors to determine how much they will contribute, and visitor numbers are way up more

Business & Economics

The Rock Church

Photo by Lindsy H. on Yelp

With more than 100,000 San Diegans attending one of 20 megachurches every week, these Evangelical churches are growing in popularity. 10 largest churches profiled. more

Business & Economics

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Photo by Brad W. on Yelp

We rank the largest megachurches based on weekly attendance. more

Business & Economics

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Business & Economics

Downtown San Diego

No place for kids. Downtown San Diego ranked last, again

San Diego’s commercial real estate market may be the hottest business in the region, and brokers expect it to get even hotter. more

Business & Economics

While most San Diegans worry little about a possible doomsday scenario, a new report delivers some sobering predictions. more

Politics & Civic Issues 1 Comments

We’re No. 48! It doesn’t quite have a catchy ring. But it does sound better than we’re third worst. more

Business & Economics

Where exactly is Charger land — the geographic region where Charger fans dominate? more

Politics & Civic Issues

Books? Why yes, the new San Diego Central Library will actually have these things called books. (Heavy, thick things, full of pages...) more

Business & Economics

At 68, Skip Frye is a man who has spent much of his life in the sun, at the beach and in the surf. more

Politics & Civic Issues