September 15, 2020
Stockdale Capital Partners is considering adding a life sciences component to its 10-acre Campus at Horton in Downtown San Diego. The company reports a life science feasibility study determined the campus has the necessary infrastructure and essential project elements to deliver sustainable, scalable and well-amenitized office space to meet the needs of the rapidly expanding life sciences office sector.
Campus at Horton, which is one of the largest adaptive reuse and urban tech campuses in the western United States, will initially offer 700,000 square feet of sustainably driven office space and 300,000 square feet of restaurants, entertainment, wellness and lifestyle-oriented retail. Stockdale believes those elements can serve as a catalyst for expansion of a leading life sciences innovation cluster on the West Coast.
Stockdale’s Daniel Michaels says, “For the foreseeable future, these life sciences companies are going to have bigger and bigger needs and the scope and scale of our project uniquely allows us to meet those needs.”
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