Sason Repositions Scripps Ranch Offices, Scores New Leases
Sason has completed a $2-million renovation and repositioning at Canvas on Willow, a three-story office building totaling 121,415 square feet in the Scripps Ranch submarket of San Diego. Additionally, JLL’s Richard Gonor and Tony Russell secured four new leases totaling nearly 50,000 square feet at the building in recent months.
After rebranding the property as Canvas on Willow, Sason constructed a new tenant lounge and fitness center, including rollup doors and access into the courtyard. It also completely modernized the building’s central courtyard to create an indoor/outdoor environment. Finally, it updated the HVAC system and controls, and modernized bathrooms throughout the asset.
Gonor and Russell secured new leases with Anchor General Insurance (21,000 square feet), Richard Brady & Associates (11,000 square feet), Elevate Ortho (9,500 square feet) and State of California (6,700 square feet). Canvas on Willow can accommodate a wide range of users from 3,019 square feet to 17,183 square feet.
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