Gateway Chula Vista

Chula Vista, California

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Gateway Chula Vista was conceived as a multi-phase redevelopment project that creates an urban core and city skyline in the heart of San Diego County’s second oldest city. A joint effort between a private developer and the Chula Vista Redevelopment Agency, Gateway represents the first new Class “A” office space in western Chula Vista in over 25 years. Two phases of the project are now complete.

Each building has signature design elements that create distance recognition as well as pedestrian scale experiences.

The two buildings create an urban retail street that connects to Third Avenue’s historical downtown street as well as an elliptical public courtyard. A second level pedestrian plaza behind Building 2 connects the building and parking structure with retail frontage and a lobby entrance while concealing the loading area below. The parking structure has been thoughtfully shielded on both visible street sides by the building mass, reinforcing a pedestrian friendly environment and a cohesive streetscape.

The buildings use a variety of cost effective materials but appear as primarily stone veneer facades. Office lobbies are on the second level approached directly from the parking structure leaving the first floor for retail and restaurant tenants.


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