Category Archives: Office

Renovation begins at landmark UTC office building

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Aventine1 Looking to update and transform Aventine, a Class A, 220,000-square-foot office building located on an 11-acre campus at 8910 University Center Lane in San Diego, Calif, Boston-based Rockpoint Group has started on a $6.6 million renovation of premier office project.

Designed by Gensler, the renovation at Aventine will include a new modern light and bright building lobby… Read More

Nine Steps to Renew Office Culture with an Office Move

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Building in a hand businessmen

So you’ve made the decision to make an office move. It’s an exciting time, filled with opportunities to reinvent, reset and renew. At the same time, the site selection process can be overwhelming. There are several factors at play, including neighborhood, space size, layout potential, availability of sophisticated technology, proximity to amenities, parking… Read More

San Diego suburban office 4th highest in the nation

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  • San Diego’s office inventory is the fourth most suburban in the nation, among the top 30 metros. Unsurprisingly, New York metro area has the highest percentage of urban office inventory in the U.S., followed by the Chicago metro area. Western metro areas claim five of the top six most suburban spots.
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SD Office Employment Update | April 2016

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REAL Office Employment update April-2016

REAL Office Employment update April-2016

  • San Diego employment continues to increase as total non-farmemployment grew by 39,700 jobs, or 2.9 percent year-over-year. The latest employment update highlights the continued trend of employment growth and jobs continuing to be created in

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Class B office rental rates move in disparate directions across the county in Q1

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  • In the first quarter, San Diego County Class B office asking rates decreased by 1.3 percent quarter-over-quarter. However, amongst the market’s largest submarkets, there was little concurrence.
  • The two submarkets with the largest stock of Class B office, Downtown and Kearny Mesa, recorded the largest decreases in asking rental rates at 3.6 and 5.6
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San Diego’s Life Sciences Market Poised for Further Growth

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Life Science Completed Transactions

The San Diego life sciences market continues to be a major player both nationally and globally. The region is home to more than 600 life sciences companies and over 80 research institutes that employee around 50,000 people. Biotech employment grew by 6.6 percent during 2015, the highest posted growth rate for the local industry since 2005 and… Read More

Rising Rents and Industry Expansion Push Technology Firms To Key Growth Markets [REPORT]

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JLL reveals 21 U.S. locations, including San Diego, with ideal office cost and conditions for startups and tech sector

Even though Northern California is the cradle for the technology industry, Silicon Valley has matured beyond the garages from which it was born. According to JLL’s 2015 United States Technology Office Outlook, technology firms and startups aren’t just exploring new U.S. markets, they’re starting to plant roots.

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Extra! Extra! San Diego Union-Tribune Moving Downtown

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San Diego’s major daily newspaper, the San Diego Union-Tribune, is saying goodbye to Mission Valley and hello to downtown, having signed a 15-year, 59,164-square foot lease to move their office to 600 B Street, a 24-story, Class A high rise building owned by Lincoln Property Group.

The newspaper, now owned by Tribune Publishing Group, will continue… Read More