Sorrento Valley


Flex building in Sorrento Valley on Roselle sold

The approximately 17,890-square-foot building in Sorrento Valley at 10505 Roselle St., San Diego 92121, has been sold for $2,017,000 and an adjacent 16,344-square-foot building at 3770 Tansey St. has been sold for $2,047,000 in separate transactions.


EcoATM unveils new environmentally friendly office space

San Diego-based ecoATM on Friday unveiled its new environmentally friendly office space in Sorrento Valley.


Organovo, Yale partner on bioprinted organs for transplant

I dont think anyone has ever said entrepreneurship is easy, said Keith Murphy, co-founder and CEO of Organovo, a Sorrento Valley-based 3-D bioprinting company. I think were just a good entrepreneurial story, that we all fought and dug and worked and clawed but its hard.


SmartDrive moves to expanded space in Sorrento Valley


Who's who of genomics muses on industry's future

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Visitor Information

About 15 miles north of downtown San Diego is Sorrento Valley, a neighborhood best known for its concentration of high-tech and biotech companies and its proximity to the natural beauty of the Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve.

The neighborhood was originally zoned for industrial use, but several single-family and condominium housing projects mean some 5,000 residents call Sorrento Valley home. Since Sorrento Valley is considered a neighborhood, rather than a recognized community planning area, it falls under the domain of three different San Diego community-planning groups: Mira Mesa, Torrey Pines and University.

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Business Information

Sorrento Valley is home to many of San Diego’s most high-profile corporations, including Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM), Chicken of the Sea, Arena Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: ARNA), Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC, and BIOVIA, previously known as Accelrys.

Qualcomm has a number of corporate buildings around Sorrento Valley, though company officials won’t disclose just how many. Qualcomm’s local workforce is estimated at more than 15,000 employees.

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Sorrento Valley Businesses

Josephson Werdowatz & Associates, Inc.

6370 Lusk Blvd., Ste. F200
San Diego, CA
  • Construction Defects
  • Engineers - Structural

Griswold Real Estate Management Inc.

5703 Oberlin Dr., Ste. 300
San Diego, CA
  • Real Estate - Services
  • Receivership Services
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Movie Theaters

Listings of movie theaters are not available for this community.

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Sorrento Valley Videos

Mogl's Jon Carder on fostering rewards, culture

April 19, 2012 -- Mogl CEO Jon Carder talks about how his restaurant rewards program works, plans for future growth and his philosophy on a workplace's environment.


Robert A. Felix, N.N. Jaeschke Inc.

July 5, 2012 -- Full-service community association management company, N.N. Jaeschke, Inc. on what sets them apart from their competition and their philosophy on running their long standing business successfully.

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Ken Simonson has 42 years of experience analyzing, advocating, and communicating about economic and tax issues. At this free seminar, he will review the current economic factors impacting the public works and private construction markets. He will address economic fundamentals and the strengths and weaknesses of these markets as he discusses whether we mayl see improvement, decline, or flat markets in 2015 and 2016. He'll also discuss trends in construction employment, and the growing concerns about the scarcity of labor, and give insight into price trends in materials.
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