BOMA San Diego has announced that Kilroy Santa Fe Summit and Kilroy Centre Del Mar, owned and managed by Kilroy Realty Corporation, and Hazard Center Office Tower, managed by PM Realty Group, received the prestigious BOMA 360 Performance designation for multiple office buildings in the San Diego area.
The BOMA 360 Performance Program, sponsored by BOMA International, evaluates buildings against industry best practices in six major areas: building operations and management; life safety, security and risk management; training and education; energy; environmental and sustainability; and tenant relations and community involvement. Individual buildings that satisfy the requirements in all six areas are awarded the BOMA 360 designation.
"The BOMA 360 designation is the only achievement in the commercial real estate industry of its kind that evaluates the best practices that make a building function at its highest level of excellence,” said BOMA San Diego President Mike Hansen of CBRE. “This designation gives buildings a clear competitive edge against other buildings in their markets.”
BOMA 360 Designated Buildings include:
·Kilroy Santa Fe Summit is a Class A office campus featuring four four-story buildings totaling 465,812 rentable square feet that expands over 15.2 acres. This project received LEED Gold Certification under LEED CI (Commercial Interiors) in 2009. The complex is located in the heart of San Diego’s primary growth corridors and is home to Intuit Turbo Tax. Physical address is 7535, 7535, 7545, 7555 Torrey Santa Fe Road.
·Kilroy Centre Del Mar is a 19-acre, Class A campus prominently located in the Del Mar Heights area. This sleek five-building campus is surrounded by dining, shopping, hotels, canyon trails and business services, both on-site and within walking distance, making it the perfect choice for the environmentally conscious customer.
·Hazard Center Office Tower, located in the heart of the Mission Valley submarket at 7676 Hazard Center Drive, is a Class A, 268,645-rentable-square-foot office tower consisting of 15 stories. The office tower is part of the Hazard Center project situated on 14.52 acres adjacent to the San Diego River and consisting of a 300-room DoubleTree Hotel, a 136,000-square-foot upscale destination retail center and the second-largest parking structure in San Diego with 2,054 parking spaces. Since its completion in 1990, it has been considered the premier office building in the area, providing 360-degree unobstructed views of the ocean, the San Diego River and its wildlife, as well as the Cuyamaca Mountains from many of its floors. The adjacent San Diego River Park provides walking and jogging paths, picnic areas and a wildlife sanctuary. The building is fully leased.
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