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StepStone Real Estate Services awarded The Shops at La Jolla contract

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StepStone Real Estate Services, a local commercial real estate asset management firm, has been awarded the property management contract for The Shops at La Jolla Village, located at Interstate 5 and Nobel Drive in La Jolla.

The 100 percent-leased center is the dominant community retail center in the La Jolla/University Town Center market. The center enjoys an excellent tenant mix, proximity to high-density offices, the University of California, San Diego campus, Interstate 5 access and a high-income shopper base.

The 165,597-square-foot center’s 40-plus stores, restaurants and services include Whole Foods Market, Landmark Theatres, CVS Pharmacy, Aaron Brothers, B.J.'s Pizza & Brewery, Peet’s Coffee & Tea and Verizon Wireless, as well as Paper Source and Sprinkles Cupcakes.

Jack Naliboff, SCSM, president; and Kathy Giraldo Carlson, CPM, director of real estate management for StepStone Real Estate, are working with brokers John Still and Brian Quinn from Flocke & Avoyer Commercial Real Estate, who are the exclusive leasing agents for the center.

“Assets of this complexity and high traffic require a high level of experience in operations, tenant relations and market knowledge,” Naliboff said. “We are very proud of our longstanding relationship with The Shops at La Jolla Village ownership. We have also enjoyed a long-running working relationship with the Flocke & Avoyer team which makes our collective efforts very effective. Our combined team brings over 80 years of career expertise to work with The Shops at La Jolla.”

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