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Drawbridge Realty signed semiconductor manufacturer ASML to occupy two floors at Via Del Campo Court II in San Diego’s Rancho Bernardo submarket

ASML Signs for Two Floors in Rancho Bernardo

Drawbridge Realty has signed Netherlands-based semiconductor manufacturer ASML to a long-term lease for 55,227 square feet at Via Del Campo Court II, an 80,720-square-foot property under construction in San Diego’s Rancho Bernardo submarket. 

The Class A office and R&D building will be ready for tenant occupancy this summer and ASML will occupy the second and third floors of the three-story building. The first floor, totaling 25,493 square feet, remains available for lease. 

Drawbridge broke ground on Via Del Campo Court II last March. It is the first building to be constructed on a speculative basis in Rancho Bernardo in more than a decade. 

JLL’s Jay Alexander and Tim Olson represented Drawbridge in the lease negotiations. ASML was represented by Damon Melda of JLL.  


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