• 2017 – A Year In Review
    posted under News,Newsletters
  • Location Matters Sells Downtown Escondido Retail Property for $1,265,000
    posted under News,Press Releases

    Escondido, California – October 18, 2017 Location Matters is pleased to announce the sale of 237 & 243 E. Valley Pkwy. in Downtown Escondido for $1,265,000. The property consists of two retail units with a total of 9,300 square-feet. Each unit sits on a separate legal parcel with the total lot size amounting to 10,583 square-feet. CrossFit Iconic occupies 7,000 square-feet and the Buyer, Evan Weinberg of Seven Beverages, Inc....

  • San Diego’s Big Retail Push into 2019
    posted under News,Press Releases

    Our very own Mike Spilky was invited to contribute Market Highlight article about San Diego’s retail scene for France Media’s Western Real Estate Business, issue September 2017. Retail construction and entitlements are at new all-time highs, but will some San Diego trade areas go from underserved to over-retailed? From North County to the South Bay, here is a select list of projects underway: North City San Marcos, a 200-acre, mixed-use...

  • Multi-Unit Restaurant Group Behind Love Boat Sushi et al Signs a New Lease in San Diego’s Little Italy Neighborhood
    posted under News,Press Releases

    San Diego, California – August 24, 2017 Location Matters is excited to announce that it has facilitated a new lease for Haru Mama for the space located at 1901 Columbia St. in Little Italy. Owners, Jenny and James Pyo, who run Blue Ocean Robata and Sushi Bar, Blue Smoke Sushi Lounge, Pokewan, and Love Boat Sushi, are eager to bring their new concept to the area. Their restaurant will feature...

  • Location Matters Sells North Park Mixed Use Property for $1,450,000
    posted under News,Press Releases

    San Diego, California – April 27, 2017 Location Matters is proud to announce the recent sale of 2621-2629 El Cajon Blvd., a mixed-used redevelopment opportunity in the North Park neighborhood for $1,450,000. Situated directly on “The Boulevard,” the main artery connecting the communities of North Park, University Heights and Normal Heights, the property has a total existing building area of 9,350 square feet and sits on a 10,650 square foot...

Search News