Kearny Mesa

REAL ESTATE

William Lyon Homes hosting sales event for Atrium condominium

Residential developer William Lyon Homes has announced the start of its William Lyon Homecoming Sales Event, through which a prospective home buyer can purchase an upgraded Atrium condominium at the Spectrum in Kearny Mesa.

REAL ESTATE

Bixby Land acquires four SD buildings

Irvine-based Bixby Land Company has acquired four San Diego office buildings totaling 135,016 square feet in two transactions totaling $21.25 million, cash.

CONSTRUCTION

McCarthy completes Sharp project

McCarthy Building Companies Inc. has finished a complete design-build renovation of the Sharp Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Center, an existing 14,172-square-foot, single-level facility located at 2999 Health Center Drive in Kearny Mesa.

REAL ESTATE

Mark II Portfolio sold

REAL ESTATE

Building on Engineer in Kearny Mesa sells

Kearny Mesa news archive

Visitor Information

Kearny Mesa is a community in northeast San Diego known for its industrial parks, car dealerships and authentic Asian restaurants and markets. From 1917 to 1946, the area was home to Camp Kearny, the area’s namesake, which is now Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. Camp Kearny was named for Brigadier General Stephen W. Kearny, a leader in the Mexican-American War who was also military governor of California. “Mesa” came from the area’s flat terrain. 

In the 1950s, General Dynamics and other aerospace and technology companies established facilities in Kearny Mesa, making it the center of the defense industry in San Diego. When the defense industry began downsizing in the early 1990s, General Dynamics closed its facility, which was redeveloped into commercial and residential buildings now called Spectrum.

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Business Information

Kearny Mesa is a business-focused community, home to few residents but many aerospace, technology and industrial firms.

The area has a population of about 3,200, comprising only 540 people per square mile compared with the San Diego average of 4,089 people per square mile. One-fourth of the population is of Asian ancestry. The main residential developments in the community are Stonecrest, Kearny Lodge and Royal Highlands.

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Kearny Mesa Businesses

National Electrical Contractors Association, San Diego Chapter (NECA)

9350 Waxie Way, Ste. 540
San Diego, CA
  • Associations
  • Construction - General Contracting
  • Construction Management Services
  • Contractors - Electrical
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electrical Services & Maintenance
  • Energy & Defense Technology
  • Energy Management
  • Environmental & Energy Services
  • General Building Contractors
  • Lighting
  • Security Alarm Systems
  • Security Systems
  • Solar Panels
  • Space Planning / Organization
  • Technology Services
  • Telecommunication Networks
  • Telecommunications
  • Telecommunications Systems
  • Voice & Data Services

PCI Global

5151 Murphy Canyon Rd., Ste. 320
San Diego, CA
  • Charity
  • Health & Human Services Organizations
  • Non Profit
  • Social Service Organizations
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Kearny Mesa in Photos

Spotlight on Kearny Mesa

Kearny Mesa is a community in northeast San Diego known for its industrial parks, car dealerships and authentic Asian restaurants and markets. From 1917 to 1946, the area was home to Camp Kearny, the area’s namesake, which is now Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. Camp Kearny was named for Brigadier General Stephen W. Kearny, a leader in the Mexican-American War who was also military governor of California. “Mesa” came from the area’s flat terrain. 

Movie Theaters

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Newsmakers

Mike Dowdy, CariNet Inc.

Mike Dowdy, Vice President of Sales at CariNet Inc., illustrates why CariNet is a superior hosting company.  Citing their redundant power systems, 24/7 support and flexible server architecture.

Upcoming Events

Encoded Histories: Qais Al-Sindy and Doris Bittar

Mon, Nov 3
11:00am
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Artist Qais Al-Sindy immigrated to San Diego as a result of the Iraq war. In his installations, paintings and sculptures, he presents the human and social costs of this decade long war. Doris Bittar explores geo-historical shifts and the relationship between East and West. Her paintings incorporate decorative elements.

Encoded Histories: Qais Al-Sindy and Doris Bittar

Tue, Nov 4
11:00am
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Artist Qais Al-Sindy immigrated to San Diego as a result of the Iraq war. In his installations, paintings and sculptures, he presents the human and social costs of this decade long war. Doris Bittar explores geo-historical shifts and the relationship between East and West. Her paintings incorporate decorative elements.

Encoded Histories: Qais Al-Sindy and Doris Bittar

Wed, Nov 5
11:00am
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Artist Qais Al-Sindy immigrated to San Diego as a result of the Iraq war. In his installations, paintings and sculptures, he presents the human and social costs of this decade long war. Doris Bittar explores geo-historical shifts and the relationship between East and West. Her paintings incorporate decorative elements.

Encoded Histories: Qais Al-Sindy and Doris Bittar

Thu, Nov 6
11:00am
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Artist Qais Al-Sindy immigrated to San Diego as a result of the Iraq war. In his installations, paintings and sculptures, he presents the human and social costs of this decade long war. Doris Bittar explores geo-historical shifts and the relationship between East and West. Her paintings incorporate decorative elements.
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