May 17, 2024

Real Estate

Housing crunch: 11,000+ new homes could ease area shortage
The Harvest in Limoneira development in Santa Read More >
Developers eye 36 sites rezoned for housing by Santa Barbara County
Developers are eyeing 36 sites that the Read More >
CRE: VC Housing Trust commits to build, SLO Ranch land to be preserved
By Staff Report  Housing Trust Fund Ventura Read More >
VC Housing Trust announces $12M for affordable housing
A rendering of Many Mansions’ Aspire Apartments Read More >


Building something special: Santa Barbara software startup focuses on public works

BridgeDoc founders Cameron Lyons, left, and Kelly Wheeler talking to the judges after their pitch. (Jorge Mercado / PCBT Staff) Civil engineer Kelly Wheeler co-founded her Santa Barbara public works software startup, Bridgedoc, out of dissatisfaction with a competitor’s product. Wheeler used the rival’s software while working at her day job as vice president and COO of Filippin Engineering, a Goleta engineering consulting firm that specializes in construction management of Read More >


Homebuilder Lennar buys 554 residential homesites at Harvest at Limoneira 
The Harvest at Limoneira residential development in Santa Paula. (courtesy Read More >
Storms slam Central Coast to the tune of $50M
Horses given refuge from the recent heavy rains at the Read More >
Uncertain times: Calavo delays Q4 results, explores sale of fresh cut business
Shares of Santa Paula-based Calavo Growers took a bit of Read More >


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