1. Which suburbs are ripe for investment & development opportunities?
2. How have areas like La Mesa made significant improvements to attract Millenials?
3. Which suburbs are Millenials looking to for homeownership opportunities?
4. Can the suburbs compete with Downtown's thriving new CBD?
5. How will the fate of Qualcomm Stadium impact Mission Valley and surrounding neighborhoods?
Atlas at Carlsbad is a Class A 235,000 square foot (2-story) creative office project. The project consists of a trophy 90k sf two-story Class A office building and a large 145k sf single-story creative office building. The campus has incredible views of canyon green space and the Pacific Ocean, and is located in Carlsbad, California. Beyond Atlas’ prominent design and elevated footing overlooking the surrounding area and the Pacific Ocean, the property is ideal for a user seeking a corporate campus environment. The large, open layout offers excellent optionality for a variety of uses, which can be custom-tailored to each tenant’s specific needs.
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Breakfast & Networking
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Future of Northern Suburbs
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Future of Southern Suburbs
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Atlas at Carlsbad
5909 Sea Otter Place
Carlsbad CA 92010
Floor: 2nd Floor
Complimentary Parking in the West Lot
Street Parking Available
Defying expectations. That is what the San Diego suburbs are doing.
A robust office market in Del Mar Heights, multi-million dollar homes in La Jolla, and the fate of the dormant Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley are just a few of the most exciting things happening in the San Diego 'burbs today!
While Baby Boomers are beginning to downsize, Millennials are slowly starting to look outside the CBD for homeownership opportunities. As a result, the suburbs are seeing a flurry of new developments and projects come to fruition.
With all of these unexpected trends, we're facing uncharted territory. This event is bringing together all of the expert knowledge you need to make strong investment decisions.
Join us for all of the insight you need at the suburban event of the year. For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our SoCal event producer, Nathan Cutler at nathan.cutler@Bisnow.com.