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Centrumplace offers more Class A office space for San Diego

Centrumplace

Sunroad Enterprises has announced a master plan for Centrumplace, a new development in downtown San Diego that will include two additional Class A office high-rises surrounding progressive public and private amenities.

The two new office high-rises, Centrum II and Centrum III, will feature 583,000 total rentable square feet. With the unique ability to join certain floors, floorplates have the flexibility to go from 24,800 to 59,500 square feet.  Designed by Gensler, Centrum II, consisting of 290,000 square feet, has the flexibility to offer traditional as well as highly sought-after creative workspace.  Designed to achieve LEED Certification, Centrum II is expected to break ground in 2016, and deliver finished new office space in 2017.  Centrum III will follow based on market demand.  

Aaron Feldman, President of Sunroad Enterprises, states, “Businesses are increasingly demanding an amenity-rich environment, which is appealing when recruiting top talent.  San Diego County is also experiencing an increased demand of large blocks of Class A office space, especially with amenities of this caliber.”  Per market research, the past eight quarters have seen continuous market absorption and increased office rents in central San Diego.

Darrel Fullbright, AIA, LEED Green Associate at Gensler states, “One of the most unique things about these spectacular buildings will be their shared campus, addressing today’s tenants’ demands.  The courtyard between the three buildings is designed with best in the industry amenities; featuring outdoor private meeting space, conference facilities, outdoor event space, lounges, a fitness center, restaurants, a bar, and parking structures with valet service.  Centrumplace will also feature an outdoor sculpture, a water feature, an organic garden, and meandering paths.”

The team of Dave Odmark, Eric Vann, and Brian Starck from Cushman & Wakefield has been retained as the leasing team to represent Sunroad.  “Centrumplace is a terrific opportunity for companies that are looking to grow, expand, relocate, or establish themselves in central San Diego.  Centrumplace is on the cutting edge,” states Dave Odmark, Executive Managing Director. “Besides the most ideal geographic location, Centrumplace offers efficient floor plates for tenants, combined with top-of-the-line amenities.  In addition, the ability to offer five stalls per thousand square feet parking sets us apart.  We couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity.”