October 22, 2019
Block D, downtown San Diego’s first multi-tenant commercial office building to be constructed in more than a decade, has been certified LEED Platinum by the USGBC. That makes the six-story, 60,000-square-foot mixed-use Makers Quarter building the first to hold this designation in downtown San Diego.
Lankford & Associates’ Mary Pampuch, a co-developer of Makers Quarter, says “The LEED Platinum certification is an important designation for Block D and Makers Quarter as a whole. Block D is a great example of how environmentally-conscious development can be achieved without abandoning economic feasibility.”
In addition to the East Village office space, Block D also includes street level retail and restaurant suites. Two new incoming ground-floor tenants include Blackmarket Bakery, which is slated to open Q2 2020, and Tailored Hair plans to relocate its East Village location in January 2020.
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