Lowe Wraps Third Phase of $500M County Campus in Kearny Mesa

Lowe Enterprises, a Los Angeles-based, national real estate investment, development and management firm recently announced a development milestone for its $500 million, County Operations Center project in the Kearny Mesa submarket of San Diego. The company has finalized development operations for the third phase of its office campus, specifically the new Registrar of Voters Headquarters.

In a milestone for a $500 million office county office campus in Kearny Mesa, Lowe Enterprises has completed the project’s third phase, a 118,500-square-foot headquarters for the Registrar of Voters. The LEED Gold-certified building will house staff offices, election ballot processing equipment and warehouse production space, as well as an art installation.

When complete, the 47-acre campus on Overland Avenue will encompass more than 1 million square feet of facilities for San Diego County.

 The second phase, completed in August 2011, consists of two four-story office buildings totaling 150,000 square feet, a 15,000 square-foot, LEED Platinum-certified conference center and a cafeteria.

Phase one debuted in October 2010 and includes two 150,000-square-foot office buildings plus a seven-story, 1,000-space parking structure. Those buildings earned LEED Gold certification.

In addition to Los Angeles-based Lowe, the project development team comprises RJC Architects, Suffolk Roel Construction and Project Management Advisors. The county Department of General Services oversees the project on behalf of the Board of Supervisors.

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