The Hughes Marino building in downtown San Diego, formerly an industrial building dating back to the 1950s, underwent extensive remodeling requiring an investment of more than $5 million. The building was recently awarded LEED status for its proximity to public transportation hubs and services.

The Hughes Marino building in downtown San Diego, formerly an industrial building dating back to the 1950s, underwent extensive remodeling requiring an investment of more than $5 million. The building was recently awarded LEED status for its proximity to public transportation hubs and services.

Hughes Marino Building Achieves LEED Status

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