Category Archives: Charts of the week

Chart of the week: How do old and new stadiums match up?

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The last time the cubs won the World Series was in 1908, when the jewel-box stadium design was at the height of its popularity. Since then, we’ve seen various eras of stadium design from classic elements to modern amenities.

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  • Design matters –with the average stadium age today inching past 26 years, ballpark stadium designs
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Carlsbad companies receive the most Q1 venture capital funding

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COW_San Diego_economy_May 20 2016_blog

  • Carlsbad companies received more than 40 percent of first quarter VC funding with a total of $102,210,000. The Carlsbad deals include “early stage” companies like Acutus Medical and Thesan Pharmaceuticals. Other notable transactions include $45.7M in funding for Zavante Therapeutics in Del Mar Heights and $30.0M for Figtree in Scripps
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Vacancy gap between outermost and central industrial submarkets down 1,000 basis points

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COW_San Diego_industrial_April 14 2016

  • In 2009, the gap in industrial vacancy rates between San Diego County’s outmost submarkets and most central markets was 1,460 basis points. While Kearny Mesa and Miramar’s combined vacancy rate decreased 56.5 percent since 2009, the combined vacancy rate for Oceanside and Otay Mesa has decreased a whopping 64.2 percent. That gap is now down to 470 basis points.
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Class B office rental rates move in disparate directions across the county in Q1

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COW_San Diego_office_March 31 2016

  • In the first quarter, San Diego County Class B office asking rates decreased by 1.3 percent quarter-over-quarter. However, amongst the market’s largest submarkets, there was little concurrence.
  • The two submarkets with the largest stock of Class B office, Downtown and Kearny Mesa, recorded the largest decreases in asking rental rates at
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