Our projects create growth on a large scale and act as a catalyst for economic revitalization in the community. These sites are primed for transition. And they are where retailers and all businesses thrive and need to expand.

We work to turn around transitional properties for the benefit of investors, the community and the retailer. The team seeks out sites that are always in demand, no matter the cycle, and that will stand the test of time. These sites take extraordinary determination and vision as they are fraught with obstacles not found in already graded sites in traditional growth areas.

We also work proactively with the municipality to collaborate in finding creative planning and entitlement solutions wherein there is a total win-win solution to redevelopment.

Finally, the team is attentive to selecting a balanced and exciting mix of credit worthy businesses.

The following projects are representative of our approach.

Tierra Luna Marketplace

Tierra Luna Marketplace is a redevelopment of the former Boeing site in Downey, CA. It is our latest repositioning of an obsolete asset. When complete it will contain nearly 1,000,000 square feet of retail, over 500,000 square feet of office and medical office, a hotel and the incorporation of the historic Kaufman office wing where The Apollo Lunar Capsule, the Space Shuttle and a myriad of other famous planes, space craft and other vehicles were conceived and later constructed.

tierra 1

tierra 2

Mira Mesa MarketCenter

500,000sf mixed use project program includes a neighborhood, community and entertainment center located at Interstate 15 and Mira Mesa Blvd., in the City of San Diego, CA. Also includes 450 multi-family residential units horizontally integrated and a second level office component. Major tenants include Home Depot, Albertsons, CVS, Barnes & Noble, Old Navy, Pier 1 Imports, Ross, Edwards 18 Plex and several national restaurants.

image 1

Los Altos MarketCenter

500,000 sf mixed-use neighborhood, community center located at the southeast corner of Bellflower and Stearns in the City of Long Beach, CA. Major tenants include a three-level Sears, Bristol Farm Market, TJ Maxx, LA Fitness, CVS, and Memorial Care Hospital. The addition of a healthcare operator in a traditional shopping center merchandise mix has helped energize the center. It is a prototype for Manarino and healthcare providers. We plan to embrace the growth and expansion of healthcare over the next several years.

image 1

San Jose MarketCenter

500,000 sf neighborhood, community center located at Coleman and Taylor on the periphery of Downtown San Jose. This center strategically integrates into the Guadalupe River park system and Downtown San Jose. Major tenants include Target, Marshalls, Cost Plus, Michaels, PetsMart, Office Depot, Trader Joe’s and more.

image 1

image 2

Laguna Niguel Promenade

200,000sf neighborhood center located at La Paz and Aliso Creek in Laguna Niguel. Major tenants include Ralphs and 24 Hour Fitness.

image 1

Westminster Center

500,000sf neighborhood, community and entertainment center located at Golden West and Westminster in the City of Westminster, CA. Major tenants include Home Depot, Office Max, Albertsons, CVS, 24 Hour Fitness, Edwards 10 Plex and more.

image 1

The Avenue of the Peninsula

500,000sf mixed use, vertical, three level lifestyle center located at Silverspur and Hawthorne in the City of Rolling Hills Estates, CA. The lifestyle center is a mix of uses including national retailers, office, medical office, and a theater. The center integrates into the context of the district and other various uses including a Performing Art Center and an office building. Major tenants include: Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Banana Republic, J.CREW, Equinox, and Regal Theater.

image 1

101 Second Street

500,000sf office building in Downtown San Francisco at Second and Mission. 101 2nd Street was the first office tower built in downtown after a ten year moratorium.

image 1