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New office building coming to Del Mar Heights

Cushman & Wakefield has announced construction is past the halfway point on a new office building in Del Mar Heights.

Township 14 will be two class-A office buildings that will offer modern architectural finishes and a high level of services and amenities.

The project also calls for an indoor fitness center with locker rooms and showers, a cafe and bistro, and exterior common areas.

The project is being built to meet LEED gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

New York-based TIAA CREF owns Township 14, and Del Mar-based Cruzan | Monroe is the development partner.

Construction is being managed by DPR Construction, and the architectural firm Gensler designed the project. The office building is expected to be completed by November of this year.

The law firm Latham & Watkins has signed on as the anchor tenant and will occupy the entire three-story, 70,000-square-foot building.

The adjacent four-story building, located at 12680 High Bluff Drive, will provide 57,020 square feet of office space and is now available for lease. The two buildings are being developed on a 5.76-acre site.

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