The exterior of Rancho Vista Corporate Center | Images courtesy a representative of Ware Malcomb

Renovations Completed on 838,300-SF Office Project

Carrie Rossenfeld Office

Redevelopment of office properties continues in Southern California. Developer Swift Real Estate Partners has completed construction on the redevelopment of the Rancho Vista Corporate Center at 16399 West Bernardo Drive in San Diego, according to a statement from a representative of Ware Malcomb. The latter firm provided architecture, interior design and branding services for the project, and the general contractor is Level 10 Construction, the release says.

The statement describes Rancho Vista Corporate Center as “a large amenity-driven corporate campus” that includes class-A office and research-and-development buildings totaling 838,300 square feet on 67.5 acres. The renovation included work on the exteriors, with upgraded landscape and hardscape throughout, as well as upgrading and adding on-site amenities, according to the release.

Amenities include a remodeled conference center, courtyard, and 15,600-square-foot café with an operable glass wall system, as well as a new indoor workout facility, activity center with basketball and volleyball courts, outdoor collaboration areas, and an outdoor dining area with a stretched-fabric canopy, the statement says. It adds that Ware Malcomb’s Branding Studio provided signage design services for the project.

According to the statement, a main goal for the project was to “create site and brand identity with a design that emphasized energy efficiency, with xeriscaping to minimize water use and abundant shaded areas to allow users to utilize the site amenities.”

Tiffany English, Principal of Ware Malcomb’s San Diego office, is quoted in the release as saying that Rancho Vista Corporate Center is “an environment that has quickly attracted a full roster of tenants.”

Office complex shared-services building that includes dining, fitness room and outdoor areas. designed by Ware Malcomb Architects.

A 15,600-square-foot café with an operable glass wall system is a new amenity at the center.