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San Diego, California



This mixed-use, transit-oriented development is centered on the historic Santa Fe Depot, a landmark and much beloved Mission Revivalstyle building which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Threatened with demolition in the 1970s, the building was saved by a coalition of preservationists, architects, and residents, and now serves as a successful multimodal regional transportation hub for downtown San Diego (Amtrak, light rail, buses.) The surrounding redevelopment area is entitled for 3.3 million square feet of residential, retail, commercial office and hotel uses. Through adaptive reuse and historic renovation, the baggage building for the train station was converted to an extension of the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Santa Fe Place


$500 million



15 acres


Performance Schedule

Estimated Completion / Full Build- Out: 2016


Years of Operation



Gross Annual Revenues



Type of Operation

Master planning and development implementation


Site Use

Residential, retail, commercial office and hotel uses, historical rail station, and art museum


Marketing + Sales Performance

The 7 development parcels are 100% sold to 3rd party developers


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