250,000 to 499,999 square feet
La Jolla Commons Tower I
4747 Executive Drive, La Jolla
Property Manager: Teri Ososkie, Hines
La Jolla Commons Tower I is a commercial Class A office building totaling 302,000 square feet and located in the Golden Triangle/UTC area of San Diego. The property ownership is currently a partnership between JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM) and Hines.
This 13-story, high-rise building is constructed from a steel frame with metal decks, concrete fill and a curtain wall made of high-efficiency, double-paned glass. The extravagant lobby features travertine stone accent walls, custom terrazzo flooring and a sustainable walnut wood wall.
La Jolla Commons Tower I was designed to maximize space planning efficiency. With 24,000 rentable square feet per typical floor, tenants utilize up to 30 percent less space than competing properties. Rectangular floorplates offer an 11 percent load factor and 90 percent of natural light brightens each floor. The building boasts an HVAC air-filtration system and utilizes reclaimed water for its cooling tower, water closets and irrigation, resulting in an 87 percent reduction in freshwater use.
The seven-story detached parking structure boasts a parking ratio of approximately 3.7 to 4.0 spaces per 1,000 usable square feet. Additionally, La Jolla Commons features seven passenger elevators and one freight elevator. It is fully sprinkler-equipped and has state-of-the-art life safety systems.
There is an on-site dining café and multiple service amenities. The central park offers outdoor seating and meeting space, bocce ball, ping pong, a putting green and a half-court basketball. The on-site fitness facility features executive locker rooms and bicycle lockers, and tenants can enjoy a range of amenities, including yoga, Zumba, discount theme park and movie tickets, car wash services, dry cleaning and shoe and leather repair. Conference facilities are equipped with state of the art audio visual equipment and kitchen facilities are available.
5200 Illumina Way, San Diego
Property Manager: Jane Faddis, Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc.
The Illumina Global Headquarters Campus, centrally located in San Diego, evokes a sense of community inspired by a Tuscan village and features earth–toned stone with high–tech glazing to welcome employees and visitors.
The campus is considered a highly desirable workplace, often compared to the Google and Amazon campuses in Northern California. The central location of the campus provides proximity to one of the nation’s leading life science hubs, giving the Illumina campus a unique advantage.
The buildings at 5200 Illumina Way were constructed in 2004, and were recently renovated to accommodate the growing needs of Illumina’s Global Headquarters. The Tuscan design theme -- with limestone clad exterior walls in varying shades of tan and rust, exterior stone paving and rustic stone site walls -- fosters innovation and brings a sense of adventure to a site that is home to many of the world’s most creative scientists, researchers and engineers.
The site includes a creek that runs down the middle of the campus between the laboratory and office buildings. Patios and balconies on either side of the creek are inviting spots for employees to spend their lunch hour or gather for an informal meeting. An enclosed glass bridge connecting Buildings 1 and 2 and expansive glass curtain walls draw light into the community and collaboration areas, providing clear visibility of the Mediterranean-landscaped campus surrounding both buildings.
Suburban Low Rise (1–5 Stories)
Kilroy Centre Del Mar
3579 - 3811 Valley Centre Drive, San Diego
Property Manager: Bernadette Blanco, Kilroy Realty Corporation
Kilroy Centre Del Mar is an intimate 19-acre, Class A campus prominently located in the heart of the Del Mar Heights area. The sleek five-building campus is surrounded by extensive dining, shopping and hotel options, and business services can be found on-site and within walking distance. Surrounded by canyon trails, the campus is the perfect choice for the environmentally conscious customer.
Built in 2002 and developed, owned and managed by Kilroy Realty Corporation (NYSE: KRC), the campus offers unparalleled freeway visibility and signage along state Route 56 and excellent ingress/egress via SR-56 and Interstate 5. The three to five-story buildings throughout the campus feature 539,152 rentable square feet and are occupied by several tenants, including Fair Isaac Corporation (NYSE: FICO) at Building 3 and Scripps Clinic, which operates a state-of-the-art medical office clinic at Building 5.
The distinctive steel-frame, five-building campus is situated amid large courtyards adorned with exceptional water features, unique drought-tolerant and low-water landscaping, flowing ornamental grasses, towering palms and immaculately maintained grounds. The campus also features a security office, café, fitness center and on-site management. In addition to the surface parking, adjacent to the buildings is a 485,495 square feet, three-level parking structure providing a parking ratio of 4.2/1,000 rentable square feet.
The Kilroy Centre Del Mar complex is a vital part of San Diego living. It affords employment for approximately 1,400 people and 50 physicians, as well as medical care for 700 to 800 patients daily, all of whom help sustain the surrounding businesses and contribute to the greater local economy.
Suburban Mid Rise (6–10 Stories)
Kilroy Sabre Springs
13480 - 13520 Evening Creek Drive North, San Diego
Property Manager: Cheryl Castrence and Mike Nelson, Kilroy Realty Corporation
Kilroy Sabre Springs is an 11-acre, three-building campus totaling 438,265 square feet. The red sandstone, six-story buildings are visible landmarks offering premier Class A office space in the Sabre Springs Business Park area. Owned and managed by Kilroy Realty Corporation, the suburban complex is strategically located directly off Interstate 15 and state Route 56, adjacent to the scenic Chicarita Creek Reserve.
The property is conveniently located near 2 million square feet of retail services in Carmel Mountain Ranch, including Frog’s Fitness and the Marriott Residence Inn. A commuter park and ride location and Interstate 15-managed lane expressway are adjacent to the property for transportation convenience.
Kilroy Sabre Springs was built in 2003 and features an exterior comprised of natural sandstone and aluminum panel cladding with high-performance glass and roof overhangs for sun protection and increased energy efficiency. The lobby interior consists of a grand two-story entry with premium natural stone walls and flooring, complemented by a suspended aluminum ceiling with drywall soffits and recessed lighting. Each lobby includes full-height glass windows and herculite doors.
The campus setting provides tenants numerous amenities, including covered parking and a fitness center with executive-style restrooms. The first floor restrooms of each building include locker rooms and shower facilities.
Along with the convenience of an onsite management team, building tenants benefit from cost savings achieved through energy management techniques. This is accomplished through an automated lighting and HVAC system, and lighting retrofits in the parking structure to maximize energy savings.
5055 North Harbor Drive, San Diego
Property Manager: Amanda Coughenour, Sentre Partners Inc.
Harbor Point was developed by the Peckham family in 2010 in the Roseville/Shelter Island area, on the highly visible corner of Scott Street and North Harbor Drive. The building is zoned as CC-4-2 (Commercial Community), which allows for community-serving commercial services, retail and residential. Harbor Point is comprised of Class A office and retail space in a two-story building with a partial third floor.
The building consists of 15,174 rentable square feet with office and retail spaces ranging in size from 500 square feet to 3,000 square feet. The complex features state-of-the-art technology not commonly associated with a building of its size. Each of the building’s doors, elevators, security cameras and irrigation can be controlled remotely, allowing the building to operate as efficiently as possible and providing better service and security to tenants.
Harbor Point is one of the first Class A buildings to be LEED Certified Gold for Core and Shell in Point Loma. This translates to an increase in operating efficiencies and reduced utility costs for our tenants. The building has achieved its Energy Star rating for 2013, a rating recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and was 100 percent leased as of April 2011 -- remarkable in the midst of a challenging economic environment. A wellness center, law firm, defense contractor and a marketing firm are just a few of the tenants at Harbor Point.
The amenities provided by Harbor Point range from bay views, a Point Loma-themed art wall, walking distance to nearby landmarks and attractions, bicycle parking, reserved parking for energy and fuel-efficient vehicles, and complementary wireless Internet connection.
Industrial Office Park
Oberlin Science Center
5871 Oberlin Drive, San Diego
Property Manager: Jane Faddis, Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc.
Located in the heart of Sorrento Mesa, Oberlin Science Center uses a stunning combination of highly-stylized California native landscape designs, high-tech glass, patina metals and modern stucco fascia to welcome tenants and visitors to this industrial office property.
Originally constructed in 1984, this single-story, 33,728 square feet, concrete tilt-up building has undergone a series of facelifts and interior renovations throughout the decades. It was brought to its current modernized state in early 2013. Consisting of laboratory space, office space and chemical storage, Oberlin Science Center is currently home to two local life science companies specializing in research and development: Inception Sciences Inc. and SKS Ocular LLC.
The building features upgraded finishes both inside and out, modernized fixtures, an expanded window line and skylights allowing natural light to flow freely. The property also boasts a newly renovated drought-tolerant landscape, a dramatic composite metal canopy entry and relaxing outdoor seating areas.
Oberlin Science Center’s central location provides a beneficial proximity to the nation’s leading life science hubs. This closeness to research institutions and leading pharmaceutical, diagnostic, medical device and biofuel companies makes it an ideal location for tenants such as Inception and SKS Ocular to reside. San Diego boasts geography that encourages collaboration among the science and business talent that gives the region its entrepreneurial edge.