Plans for Chula Vista business park approved

March 25, 2018 by  

The San Diego suburb of Chula Vista wants to build a business park on the city’s southwestern edge.

Those plans are now closer to fruition, since the city council recently approved the design of the 53-acre project, called the Otay River Business Park. The development will provide over 400,000 square feet for commercial and industrial uses, as well as a park covering 14 acres.

The business park will be sited on undeveloped property bounded by Broadway, Main Street, and Fourth Avenue on the west, north, and east respectively. The project’s southern border is the Otay Valley Regional Park. According to Miguel Tapia, who is the senior planner for Chula Vista, the development is one of the biggest ever put forward for this section of the city. Tapia said the park will bring both jobs and revenue to Chula Vista.

Plans call for the project to be constructed in two phases over the next several years. Phase one will be the commercial and industrial spaces, and phase two will be the park. It’s expected that six acres will be left as open green space.

Sudberry Properties is the developer on the project, and has worked on industrial, commercial, residential and mixed-use projects throughout San Diego County.

Projects like this have to attract tenants, so developers might consider working with a brochure printing company to create illustrated booklets that show the advantages of leasing space in the development.