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Gary Jabara's Boardwalk Investments Group has acquired a trio of properties in San Diego and Napa Valley for a total of $620.8 million

Boardwalk Investments Group Makes $621M Acquisitions in San Diego, Napa Valley 

Boardwalk Investments Group, the privately held commercial real estate investment firm of ioXt founder Gary Jabara, has acquired three assets in San Diego and Northern California. The combined purchase price is $620.8 million. 

Spanning hospitality, residential and retail sites, the properties include an eight-story apartment complex at 1810 State St. in San Diego’s Little Italy, The Flower Hill Promenade and shopping center in Del Mar, and the 22-acre Estate Yountville resort in Napa Valley.  

With these acquisitions, Boardwalk Investment Group now owns a combined 449,870 square feet of retail and office space as well as 120 residential units, and 193 rooms of hospitality space in the fastest growing West Coast destinations, including San Diego, Orange County, and Napa Valley. The company said the acquisitions exemplify its commitment to strategic expansion in leading real estate markets. 


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