Construction has begun at Otay Valley and Maxwell roads, Chula Vista, for the $25-million, 40-acre Otay Valley Business Park, called that city's largest industrial development by the park's leasing agent, Iliff Thorn & Co. of San Diego..
Phase 1 consists of three buildings designed by HCH & Associates, with 25,000, 35,000 and 45,000 square feet for a total of 105,000. When all 19 lots are completed, according to Sammis Properties, the developer, the park will have more than 500,000 square feet of space. Completion of the first phase and formal opening of the park are expected this spring.
Park Past Midpoint
Work is nearly completed on the $10-million Viewridge Business Park on Viewridge Avenue adjacent to Balboa Avenue in Kearny Mesa, San Diego, with an opening planned in February.
The 77,400-square-foot research and development office project, designed by Howard Oxley and Duncan & Associates, will contain three two-story buildings. The developer is WesTerra Development Corp., Nielsen Construction Co. is the general contractor, Grabhorn Engineering Corp. is the civil and Stedman & Dyson the structural engineers, and the leasing agent is Grubb & Ellis.
Construction of the $10-million, 110,375-square-foot Camino Corporate Center in Palomar Airport Business Park, now under way on Camino Vida Roble at El Camino Real, is expected to be completed early this year.
Owners and developers of the seven-building complex are Neil Fox and Robert L. Laughlin. It was designed by the architectural firm of Conwell Marshall & Associates, is being built by Collins General Contractors and is being leased by Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services.
The Telephone Business Park, on Dupont Court near Telephone Road and McGrath Street in Ventura, is scheduled for completion this month. The $1.5-million project of Oxnard-based Martin V. Smith & Associates will have 58,300 square feet of building area on a site containing nearly four acres.
The project, designed by Ebbe Videriksen AIA Architect & Associates of Sherman Oaks, will consist of an office/warehouse building and a mini-warehouse complex, with the storage buildings two stories high and served by elevators.
In its Ventura County venture, Santa Monica-based Ellis Sloan Burnett Properties is building a $5-million high-tech building in the Mission Oaks Business Park in Camarillo. Located on a 4.26-acre parcel at the southeast corner of Adolpho Road and Camino Ruiz, the structure is the first building by an outside developer to be incorporated in the 1,160-acre master-planned community by Pardee Construction Co., the Weyerhaeuser subsidiary that is developing Mission Oaks, a residential/commercial/industrial community. The building is designed by LeRoy Miller Associates of Santa Monica.