Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Red Cross Needs More Health Professionals

Possessing more than 40 years of experience in real estate development, Elliot Feuerstein manages commercial retail properties in San Diego, CA, as an officer of Mira Mesa Shopping Center. A committed philanthropist apart from his work, Elliot Feuerstein is a longtime supporter of the American Red Cross. 

The American Red Cross is one of the largest organization’s providing disaster relief in the United States, responding to more than 60,000 events annually. In order to provide needed medical care, the organization relies upon qualified health care provider volunteers. The Red Cross already has a fleet of some 20,000 health care providers, but the organization recently has put out the call for even more. 

The group needs both members and team leaders for physical and mental health disaster relief services, as well as nursing leaders, in-school educators, and ambassadors for the Red Cross blood donor programs. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, or to sign up as a volunteer, visit

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

ICSC Supports E-Fairness Regulations

Since 1974, entrepreneur Elliot Feuerstein has served as an officer of the San Diego, CA-based Mira Mesa Shopping Center. In addition to developing commercial properties for some of the biggest retailers and fast food franchises, Elliot Feuerstein is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), which advocates for E-Fairness legislation. 

Because of a precedent set in 1967, until recently, online companies were not considered liable for sales tax since they did not meet the standard of physical presence. However, local brick-and-mortar retailers determined that this gave online stores an unfair advantage. Additionally, this caused states that levy sales taxes to lose tens of billions of dollars in revenue, which was projected to reach $211 billion in uncollected taxes by 2022. 

In 2018, the United States Supreme Court weighed in on the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair and voted in favor of reversing the 1967 ruling. Since the decision, 32 states have begun passing legislation that requires remote and online retailers that sell a significant number of goods across state lines to pay sales tax.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Congregation Beth Israel's New to Judaism Program

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Recent Grant Activities of San Diego's Jewish Community Foundation

Elliot Feuerstein brings more than 40 years of experience in commercial real estate to his role as an officer of Mira Mesa Shopping Center in San Diego, CA. Alongside his activities in real estate, Elliot Feuerstein takes an active role in his community as a supporter of local organizations. He is a former board member of the Jewish Community Foundation (JCF) of San Diego. 

Since 1967, JCF has provided financial resources and support tools to help individuals and community organizations attain their philanthropic goals. Through its grant program, JCF leverages more than $425 million in assets to award millions of dollars in grants each year. 

JCF recently released its financial numbers from the fiscal year 2018 and was proud to report that it distributed 6,900 grants to more than 1,800 organizations. In total, the Foundation awarded and facilitated over $84 million in grants. 

In addition to providing large grants to organizations in need of significant funding, JCF and its donors distribute many smaller awards to individuals and community groups throughout the country. Of the grants awarded in the fiscal year 2018, 57 percent were for amounts between $100 and $1,000.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Sharp Hospital Debuts Heart and Vascular Treatment Wing

Currently the managing officer of Mira Mesa and other multi-tenant shopping centers, Elliot Feuerstein is an accomplished real estate developer in the area of San Diego, CA. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Elliot Feuerstein is committed to community service. He served on the fundraising committee for Sharp Hospital’s Women’s Health Center in San Diego, CA.

In addition to a state-of-the-art women’s center, Sharp Hospital is home to a new 60,000-square-foot Heart and Vascular Center. Sharp has long been known as the hospital that deals with the state’s largest workload relating to severe heart attacks. Its new $99 million heart and vascular treatment wing includes four cardiac catheterization suites and four operating rooms, whose hybrid features allow surgeons to transition between non-invasive and invasive surgery if necessary.

Part of the funding for the new vascular wing comes from a $247 million infrastructure bond known as Proposition G that San Diego voters approved in the year 2006. In addition, Ed and Sandy Burr of La Mesa, who own EDCO, generously donated $5 million toward the project.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Sharp Hospital Features Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center

An accomplished San Diego, CA-based real estate developer, Elliot Feuerstein is a managing officer of four shopping centers, including Mira Mesa. Actively engaged in the community, Elliot Feuerstein helped to raise funds for the new Women’s Health Center at Sharp Hospital in San Diego, CA.

In addition to a state-of-the-art women’s and childbirth center, Sharp Hospital features a nationally recognized rehabilitation center with a staff focused on helping patients regain their strength and independence after surgery or injury. The multidisciplinary rehab team guides each patient through the recovery process, from the acute-care setting, to inpatient rehabilitation, to outpatient care, then home.

Customized therapy services offered at Sharp Hospital include neurological and stroke rehabilitation; physical, occupational, hand, and speech therapy; a Parkinson’s disease treatment program; and a balance and vestibular program. Additionally, the rehab program offers recreational therapy options, including aquatic therapy classes, to get patients active again.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Sharp Hospital Women's Center Offers Infant and Child CPR Classes

Elliot Feuerstein is an accomplished real estate developer and manager of several shopping centers. A philanthropist and civic leader, Elliot Feuerstein worked on the fundraising committee for the Women’s Health Center at Sharp Hospital in San Diego, CA. His children were born at Sharp Hospital and he has been honored to help raise funds for its continued service to the residents of San Diego.

The Sharp Hospital Women’s Health Center offers infant and child CPR classes twice a month at a cost of $20 for community members. Intended for parents, grandparents, babysitters, and daycare providers, the course covers life support skills to assist infants and children up to 7 years of age who are choking or experiencing breathing difficulties or heart problems.

Following the American Heart Association curriculum, participants in the course watch a video and then get hands-on CPR practice on a mannequin. Although no test or credential is given, students learn proper techniques through instructor feedback. For more information, visit