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Robert Wolf's 30 years of dedication and achievements beginning in New York and continuing in Southern California have earned him a reputation of providing the highest caliber of commitment and services to his client. As both a Broker and CPA, he merges an unparalleled analytical background with a personable dedication to his client's needs. His tireless focus remains on coordinating his clients' transactions to not only fit their tastes, but their lifestyle as well. 

Del Mar RealtorToday, as head of the Wolf Real Estate Group in Carmel Valley, he has established his reputation for negotiating residential and commercial sales, and real estate mortgages. He works with all lenders, and counsels his clients on the best way to structure their mortgage. He has a keen understanding  of the intricacies of each market and community, and effectively tailors his services to yield an efficient and desirable result for his clients.
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  • One Paseo is moving on to the city’s decision-makers without the backing of the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board. The board rejected One Paseo’s proposed project on Sept. 11 with an 11-2 vote, but the board said it would support a reduced mixed-use alternative that cuts the development down by half. Carmel Valley Planning Community Board Chair Frisco White encouraged the board not to just deny the project outright but to consider conditions they would accept should the development move forward. Board members who opposed the project fought hard to get the word “reject” front and center in their motion.

  • Operators of Hilton San Diego Del Mar recently completed a $15 million renovation of the 257-room property. Officials said the hotel, at 15575 Jimmy Durante Blvd. in Del Mar, underwent a makeover that included the property’s lobby, business and fitness centers, restaurant, meeting spaces and all of its guest rooms.

  • Florida-based Marilyn Monroe Spas, a national chain with salon services, beauty products and related offerings, recently opened a new location of its Marilyn Monroe 20 Nail Lounge at Del Mar Highlands Town Center, in San Diego’s Carmel Valley neighborhood.

  • Kilroy Realty has long seen its One Paseo mixed-use project as providing a heart for the Carmel Valley community, creating a village in the community core where the land has sat fallow for 30 years. Opponents argue that Kilroy’s vision is not the community’s vision — that they bought into a different kind of community core when they moved to Carmel Valley, and they want the land use to stay true to the original goals and intent of the community plan.

  • Carmel Valley Middle School is kicking off the school year with in-demand new computer programming classes, a new media center and a new principal in charge of it all —Cara Dolnik. While she is a new face on campus, she is not new to the community, moving over to the middle school from Torrey Pines High School.