Roel Construction Co. Inc. is continuing construction of the 16th and Market Workforce/Affordable Housing Development located at 16th Avenue and Market Street in downtown San Diego. The project attracted attention in August when construction crews unearthed a giant, prehistoric mammoth tusk. The $45.9 million project, developed by Father Joe’s Villages, will consist of a 12-story, high-rise building comprised of 136 apartments, first-floor retail space and two levels of subterranean parking within the 217,115-square-foot, mixed-use project. Construction is scheduled to be complete in January 2009.
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Construction is complete for the Ocean View Hills Corporate Center, a 663,000-square-foot industrial complex located at the western end of Otay Mesa Road in Otay Mesa. San Diego-based Smith Consulting Architects provided full architectural services for the $65 million project. Reno Contracting was the general contractor. The industrial center comprises six one-story buildings ranging in size from 56,000 to 183,000 square feet, divisible into spaces from 7,900 to 50,700 square feet. Each space has dock and grade-level loading.
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Ware Malcomb has completed design for Pacific Coast Medical Center, an 11-building medical office complex being developed by LW Properties LLC of San Diego. The project is located near the intersection of College Boulevard and Old Grove Road in Oceanside within the 124-acre AMB Pacific Coast Business Park. Ware Malcomb is providing planning and architectural services for the buildings located on the 8-acre site. Ten of the buildings will be single-story, ranging in size from 4,926 to 5,532 square feet, with the remaining two-story building totaling 27,318 square feet. Construction is scheduled to begin in October 2008 with completion set for mid 2009. Ledcor Construction is the general contractor on the project.
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Construction is complete on Spectrum Corporate Plaza, located on Lightwave Avenue in Kearny Mesa. Situated on 6.4 acres, the plaza is a 130,000-square-foot office complex comprised of one three-story, 82,000-square-foot building and one two-story, 48,000-square-foot building. Staples Construction was the general contractor for the $14.6 million project.
, Andrew Schweizer