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West, a 37-story building that will be San Diego's first multi-mixed-use tower, has topped out construction

San Diego’s First Multi-Mixed-Use Tower Tops Out

Holland Partner Group, North America Sekisui House and Lowe have reached the topping out phase in the development of West, a $400-million, 37-story mixed-use project located at 1011 Union St. in downtown San Diego. As the first multi-mixed-use tower in the city, it will feature 280,000 square feet of office space, 19,000 square feet of retail space and 431 luxury apartments. Completion of West is planned for the first quarter of 2024. 

“With this topping out, we can see our team’s vision becoming a reality and helping to shape the Downtown San Diego of tomorrow,” said Brent Schertzer, managing director for Holland. “West will provide a model for others to follow.” 

Leading the office leasing efforts at West Downtown San Diego are JLL’s Tony Russell and Richard Gonor.  West can accommodate a wide range of users from 10,000 square feet to 280,000 square feet. There are also future expansion options. 


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