This annual special feature will review the various development projects underway or near completion in the county. We'll also look at what construction plans are in the works and learn how developers are changing San Diego's landscape.
Pacific Building Group, celebrating its 20th anniversary, is one of San Diego's leading full-service general contractors, tenant improvement specialists and facilities maintenance providers, and is scheduled to begin construction on the new Mission Viejo Medical Office Building located on Crown Valley Parkway in Mission Viejo, Calif.
Barratt American's dedication to homeowner satisfaction and customer service has never wavered in its 25-year history. That is quite an accomplishment considering the company has sold more than 17,000 homes since the Southern California office was launched in 1980.
Building our business base and continuing to attract employers to further develop what stands today as one of the most innovative and diversified regional economies in the nation are key to our city's longevity.
The final beam has been placed on Barratt American's Metrome condominium project in the East Village. Topping out is significant in the construction of the building as it represents the fact that the highest point in the structure has been reached.
Architectural drawings near completion for The Shops at San Miguel Ranch, a 14-acre retail, food, service and specialty market site in Chula Vista, developed by McMillin Commercial and designed by Benson & Bohl Architects Inc.
The community of EastLake will soon be the home to the first upscale mixed-use specialty center in Chula Vista. The new Village Walk at EastLake completes the vision of a village core within the South Bay master-planned community.
Matching buyers' needs and active lifestyles, William Lyon Homes' new line of attached homes present the best of both worlds -- beautifully designed new home construction with minimal upkeep.
The Otay Ranch Co. has commenced grading on Montecito Ridge, a new enclave of homes located just south of the village of Hillsborough where homes are now selling.
As residential and business development continues to grow in San Diego County, some government agencies have responded to demand by streamlining their permitting processes.
When Phase I of Kilroy Sabre Springs, formerly Legacy Sabre Springs, was completed in March 2003, the two-building, Class A, 281,830-square-foot office building complex was immediately well received by numerous credit tenants such as JP Morgan Chase (NYSE: JPT), Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) and Nokia (NYSE: NOK).
After nearly three decades of success in commercial and mixed-use apartment development, San Diego-based OliverMcMillan is bringing its experience and expertise to urban condominium development.
The largest waterfront planning effort in the San Diego region is nearing another major milestone. Plans to transform the Chula Vista bayfront into a world-class destination will soon be finalized and submitted for environmental review.
Three mornings a week, Carl Waidell steps off the train in Solana Beach, puts away his laptop and puts on his hard hat. Waidell, vice president of suburban development for Intracorp San Diego (ISD), lives in San Juan Capistrano and commutes to ISD's construction sites and downtown office via Amtrak train. Part of his job includes overseeing the current development of ISD's Cedros Seaside project, which consists of 22 single-family detached row homes adjacent to the Solana Beach train station along North Cedros Boulevard.
The second phase of Gateway Chula Vista was topped out at the end of March. The phase features 132,344 square feet of commercial/professional office space and a six-tiered parking structure. The first two phases combined are expected to employ an estimated 900 employees and generate around $662,000 in tax revenue a year for Chula Vista.
After eight years of planning and more than two years in construction, the Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center officially opened its doors Friday.
Bosa Development has begun preliminary work on Electra, a 43-story condominium to be built atop SDG&E's historic Station B, designed by renowned architect William Templeton Johnson, at the corner of West Broadway and Kettner Boulevard.
Hotel room construction took a plunge last year in San Diego County and the outlook isn't much better for 2005.
The ripple effect of continuously rising petroleum prices is putting the crunch on the construction industry, and in more ways than one might think.
The Naval Training Center Foundation unveiled plans for the redevelopment of 26 historic buildings Friday that will come to be known as the NTC Promenade at Liberty Station, and many prospective tenants have already put in their orders.
The State Route 125 toll road that will connect the border with SR 54 in the Spring Valley area is moving ahead toward an October 2006 opening date, but right-of-way expenses for two other key highway projects -- SR 905 and SR 11 -- may already be way out of control.
The Port District hopes to get a new cruise ship terminal, hotel and parking garage on an accelerated schedule, but the timeframe could be too optimistic.
Housing construction activity in San Diego County continued to lag behind last year's levels, amid heavy rainfall, with commercial and industrial construction running roughly on a par with last year.
Jaynes Corp. is well past the mid-point of construction of the National City Public Library on National Boulevard at the southwest corner of Kimball Park. The new 49,000-square-foot facility was one of the first approved for funding under the 2000 State Library bond act.
Learn about construction plans in the works and how the developers are changing San Diego's landscape in this annual special report.