With the supply of large Class A office blocks dwindling, most of the largest local office leasing’s of the second quarter involved Class B properties. Those included Qualcomm’s move to lease 74,558 square feet at the Scripps Waterside Corporate Center in Sorrento Mesa.

With the supply of large Class A office blocks dwindling, most of the largest local office leasing’s of the second quarter involved Class B properties. Those included Qualcomm’s move to lease 74,558 square feet at the Scripps Waterside Corporate Center in Sorrento Mesa.

Experts say Class B office properties, usually older buildings not located in the most prime locations, are steadily moving to center stage when it comes to new leasing in San Diego County’s high-demand submarkets...

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