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This Industrial property is Off-Market. Search below to find active commercial real estate for sale or lease. Browse More Listings in Industrial For Sale , San Diego, CA or California 2451 State Street, San Diego, CA 92101 N/A 17,762 SF Industrial Flex Space Vacant/Owner-User 2.5% 30,000 SF Last Updated over 1 year ago Listing ID 16660420 Description
Urbanization in much of the developing world is outpacing job growth as well as the capacity of city governments to provide basic services and facilities to new urban residents. This has created new patterns of social and spatial exclusion, most notably the spread of slums and uncontrolled growth of urban fringe areas, and poses fundamental problems of governance (UN Habitat, 2003). A number of faculty members at Brown are engaged in exploring problems associated with the explosive growth and increased inequality of developing world megacities. Initiative coordinator John Logan is a leading urban sociologist whose work has explored patterns of urban inequality and their sources in market and political processes.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re sitting down, which means you’re probably digging yourself an early grave. At least, that’s the gist of a few articles that have made the rounds recently. A particularly popular article in Men’s Health cited a study in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise that will make any desk jockey wince. Examining the lifestyles of more than 17,000 men and women over 13 years, the report found those who sit for most of the day were 54% more likely to die of heart attacks. According to Men's Health , that statistic was true even if the people in the study were nonsmokers and regular exercisers. Another report cited in a recent New York Times Magazine story tracked 123,000 Americans and found the death rate for those who spent six or more hours a day sitting was 20% higher than for men who sat for three hours or less.
The OECD Internship Programme has been designed to bring highly qualified and motivated students with diverse backgrounds into the Organisation to work on projects linked to the Strategic Orientations of the Secretary-General. Its main goal is to give to successful candidates an opportunity to improve their analytical and technical skills as well as the experience to work in a truly international environment. These internships are open for full time students who:
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| Description | Qualifications | Training | Contract | Outcomes | JPO Service Centre | Description The Junior Professional Officer (JPO) Programme provides young professionals pursuing a career in development with hands-on experience in multi-lateral technical co-operation. The JPO Programme is administered by the JPO Service Centre (JPOSC) for the following organizations:
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Program: This project is located at Bergamot Station, an internationally known art center comprised of a series of industrial buildings converted into 45 art galleries including the recently opened Santa Monica Museum of Art. The program includes a ground level studio/gallery space with three artist live/work loft spaces above. The project completed construction in 1999 and was realized with a construction budget of $87/square foot. The fundamental challenge in this project was determining how to maintain continuity and coherence with the character of the existing industrial warehouse buildings at Bergamot Station without compromising formal and material experimentation and innovation. Thus, this project evolved as a carefully considered response to its context: a primary palette of materials was established with regard to the existing industrial materials at the site.
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A building like no other is here. From location to architecture to interiors, urban living has been officially defined. Icon is a fusion of four, multi-story buildings that form an exciting mix of residential and retail space in the heart of San Diego. Icon evolved from the historic Carnation factory, a fixture in the East Village art district for decades. The design includes the original Carnation facade, a feature that inspired the modular architecture of the Icon buildings. Icon also adopted many elements from the Carnation factory's industrial heritage, such as exposed concrete and steel.
Downtown San Diego Live Work Condos Added by Chad on Apr 23 2:07PM What is a live-work condo and where can I find them in Downtown San Diego? A live/work condo or loft is what is commonly known as a commercial condo.
Exxex Lofts 1910 State Street 4 stories, 36 units Parking: 18 spaces Completion: June 2002 Price: $800 to $2,200 Contact: 619 865-9494 Four C Square 428 C Street 3 stories, 29 units Parking: NONE Completion: April 1999 Price: $1,200 to $2,100 Contact: 619 231-1505 ext. 12 Greystone Lofts 303 Market Street 8 stories, 37 lofts & flats Parking: 60 Spaces Completion: June 1991 Price: $1,100 to $2,400 Contact: 619 233-5638 Harbor Arms 1502 India Street 2 stories, 4 units Parking: NONE Completion: June 1998 Price: $750 to $1,200 Contact: 619 231-2014
Posted on October 29th, 2010 in Interior Design Ideas In 2006, architect Nathan Lee Colkitt, whose firm has designed affordable, modern housing, a challenged athletes foundation and a conceptual Cuban immigrant museum, was in search of a live/work space in San Diego he could make his own, so he consulted architect Ted Smith, who Colkitt calls “the grandfather of San Diego design/build.” Smith had a space in his multi-unit building in the city’s Little Italy neighborhood that housed tenants ranging from architects and designers to video-game creators, musicians and a hair salon. via