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$9 Mil Renovation Completed at Chula Vista Retail Center


Brixton Capital has completed work on its newly revamped Gateway Marketplace, a 109.2k sf retail center in Chula Vista. The center sits on 8.8 acres at Fourth Avenue and C St. San Diego-based SCA Architecture handled the planning, design, construction documents and construction administration for the project.

The remodeling project had a price tag of $9.25 mil. It entailed transforming an abandoned Target building in an existing neighborhood into an attractive community amenity that serves as a gateway into the city. The former Target store was divided into three unique tenant spaces. The front of the building was set back ten feet to allow for new, distinct tenant entries. Quick-serve grocery store and restaurant spaces were added to the center as well.

Contemporary architecture and a modern color scheme were used to update the centerís look. The existing site was enhanced with new landscaping, lighting, pedestrian walkways and a new gateway plaza, flanked by the new retail stores and restaurant buildings.

New tenants of the center include Party City, Smart & Final, Hobby Lobby and grocer Aldi. AT&T, Little Caesarís Pizza, Pho Hung Cali, iNails & Spa and other tenants are slated to open this year.

Scott Cairns served as principal-in-charge for SCA Architecture, with Norman Barrett as project designer and Dennis Seguban serving as project manager.

Consultants included GSSI Structural Engineers as structural engineer; K&S Engineering as civil engineer; Electrical Design, Inc., as electrical engineer; Abbott Engineering, Inc., as mechanical engineer; Geocon, Inc., as geotechnical engineer; and De Alcala Studio as landscape architect. Dempsey Construction served as the general contractor, with Merion Corporation acting as construction manager.

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