Developers Driscoll Inc. and United Development Group Inc. planned a public ceremony today to mark completion of the first of three new commercial buildings planned at Intrepid Landing, near America’s Cup Harbor at Shelter Island.
The recently completed two-story building at 2805 Dickens St. is part of a larger $6.3 million redevelopment and renovation, which also includes a 40-slip marina and public promenade connecting Shelter Island to Harbor Island Drive, both completed in 2013. Completion of the remaining two commercial buildings is expected in the second half of 2016.
Intrepid Landing was designed by Miller Hull, the architecture firm that also designed Pier 32 Marina in National City and Point Loma Marina in America’s Cup Harbor. Developers said the 4.800-square-foot Dickens Street building is now available to lease, with priority given to marine sales and service businesses.
Developers said leasing is being handled by John Jennings and Aaron Hill of brokerage company Cushman & Wakefield Inc. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the first building was scheduled for 10:30 a.m Aug. 5, with local business leaders and port district officials expected to attend.
This article was published by the San Diego Business Journal on August 5, 2015 and was authored by Lou Hirsh.