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  • Big New Mixed-Use Project Looking to Change Tijuana Forever

    Big New Mixed-Use Project Looking to Change Tijuana Forever

    Por: José Sánchez   |   Hace 1 día

    The project seeks to be a game changer in the city, state and Mexico

    TIJUANA. The so called Tijuana real estate ‘boom’ is about to reach a new, never before seen height with Bajalta: California, the first development of its kind not only in the city, but in Baja California and even perhaps in of the Mexican northwest. The city is, without a doubt, going through an important time in vertical real estate development. Housing projects, medical centers,...

  • Number of San Diegans Moving to Tijuana Continues to Grow

    Number of San Diegans Moving to Tijuana Continues to Grow

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 2 días

    Not just because of the lower rent, but because of the culture, the food, the lifestyle.

    San Diegans moving into Tijuana are steadily becoming a trend. The U.S. demand for housing has grown in such a way that the real estate sector has registered a 20% spike in business. “They like Tijuana’s vibrant scene and culture, the food, craft beer, wine. It’s not necessarily an economic decision only. It also becomes a lifestyle”, said Genaro Valladolid, real estate agent for the...

  • Tijuana s 5th Craft Beer Expo Will Showcase  Truly Independent Breweries  Only

    Tijuana's 5th Craft Beer Expo Will Showcase "Truly Independent Breweries" Only

    Por: José Sánchez   |   Hace 3 días

    Better have access to Uber or any other mode of transportation, because no parking will be available.

    TIJUANA . With an attendance growth of up to 40% year after year, the Craft Beer Expo’s fifth edition is readying itself for the biggest audience it has ever gotten – over 20,000 people – with ampler restroom areas, better organization for the musical acts and a greater selection of authentic craft beer. “We’re spearheading the festival scene in Mexico” says Francisco Talamante, owner and...

  • Energy Upgrade California entrega premio a los San Diego Padres reducir huella de carbono en Petco Park

    Energy Upgrade California entrega premio a los San Diego Padres reducir huella de carbono en Petco Park

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 4 días

    El compromiso del equipo con el medio ambiente se hace notar en su cambio a iluminación con LEDs.

    SAN DIEGO. Energy Upgrade California, una iniciativa estatal de Estados Unidos comprometida a promover las energías eficientes y la conservación del ambiente, otorgó un reconocimiento a los Padres de San Diego llamado ‘Stay Golden Energy Leadership Award (Premio ‘Mantengámonos Dorados’ Para Líderes en Energía), dado el compromiso y esfuerzo demostrados por este equipo con reducir la huella de...

  • San Diegans Among Top 10 Readers in the U.S.

    San Diegans Among Top 10 Readers in the U.S.

    Por: Ariday Ortega   |   Hace 4 días

    Amazon provided the information, along with the kind of books people read the most.

    SAN DIEGO. Amazon just revealed its annual Top 20 of cities that read the most in the U.S. According to the company, this list was created through a sales database in cities with over 500,000 inhabitants, and it includes books, magazines, printed and digital news outlets. Their data is from April 2015 to April of this year, putting San Diego in tenth place: Via...

  • Mexico Approves Funding for new Otay Port of Entry

    Mexico Approves Funding for new Otay Port of Entry

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 5 días

    The plots needed to begin construction are being acquired through these funds.

    Mexico’s Federal government has approved the funding necessary to fund the “Otay II” Port of Entry project, so confirmed the Secretary of Communications and Transportation (SCT) in Baja California, Alfonso Padrés Pesqueira. Padrés said that he could not comment further on the precise amount of these funds, but he assured that the “Otay II” project is advancing steadily. This future...

  • Mexican Customs Are Scaring Asian Tourists Away From Tijuana

    Mexican Customs Are Scaring Asian Tourists Away From Tijuana

    Por: Viviana Gómez   |   Hace 5 días

    The city’s Conventions and Tourist Committee mentioned the extended waiting times to cross the border as the reason.

    TIJUANA. The sluggish pace at which people cross the border on foot due to customs procedures, both into the U.S. and Tijuana, have caused a drop in tourists from Asia going into the region, reasoned Francisco Villegas, president of the Tijuana Conventions and Tourism Committee (COTUCO). Villegas pointed that this committee has been trying unsuccessfully to schedule a meeting with a...

  • Energy Upgrade California Honors San Diego Padres for Sustainability Upgrades at Petco Park

    Energy Upgrade California Honors San Diego Padres for Sustainability Upgrades at Petco Park

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 5 días

    Conversion to LED Lighting Highlights Team’s Commitment to Energy Conservation and Reducing Carbon Footprint

    SAN DIEGO. The playing surface isn’t all that is green this year at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres and the 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Energy Upgrade California, a statewide initiative devoted to promoting energy efficiency and conservation, honored the Padres with its ‘Stay Golden Energy Leadership Award,’ a designation granted in recognition of the team’s commitment to...

  • Extended Waiting Times to Cross the Border Affect Tourism in Tijuana

    Extended Waiting Times to Cross the Border Affect Tourism in Tijuana

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 6 días

    The city's tourism sector disapproves of these new, time consuming measures.

    Tijuana’s tourism sector has been arguing against the new measures implemented by the National Migration Institute of Mexico to regulate the entry of American citizens crossing into the city. As a consequence of this program, people trying to cross from San Diego to Tijuana are now waiting in line for up to four hours, information that started making the rounds on social media. ...

  • The U.S. Just Ran out of Its H-2B Visas for the Rest of 2016

    The U.S. Just Ran out of Its H-2B Visas for the Rest of 2016

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 6 días

    Any applications made for it after May 12 will be rejected, said authorities.

    The United States Government has announced that no more H-2B visas will be issued for the remainder of 2016’s fiscal year, having “completed” its quota of completed applications. The H-2B visas are valid for a year and used by temporary laborers, like farmhands, carnival or circus workers (yeah, there are visas for those professions too), etc. The United States Citizenship and...