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Donahue Schriber Launches $120M Expansion at Del Mar Highlands Town Center in San Diego

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The new Sky Deck at Del Mar Highlands Town Center in San Diego will bring eight to 10 dining destinations to the mixed-use asset.

SAN DIEGO — Donahue Schriber has announced a $120 million expansion at Del Mar Highlands Town Center, a destination mixed-use property at 12925 El Camino Real in San Diego. The expansion will bring the asset to more than 400,000 square feet of retail, dining and entertainment space.

The expansion, known The Collection at Del Mar Highlands Town Center, will bring an additional 120,000 square feet space, offering 40 new retailers, restaurants, fitness studios and new spaces to work, play and lounge. The project centers around relocation of Jimbo’s…Naturally, as the grocery store expands to 25,000 square feet. The grocer’s new space is slated to open this summer.

Additional tenants at The Collection will be OH! Juice; Cascade Spa; Perlman Wellness Center; Head Lettuce, a healthy dining concept; and Diesel, a Brentwood, Calif.-based bookstore. CermaiCafe will also relocate to the new space.

The expansion includes a boutique fitness row, which is slated to open in 2020. The new collection of fitness brands will offer a variety of fitness options, including StretchLab, Row House and an expanded Club Pilates location.

Located above the expanded Jimbo’s…Naturally, The Sky Deck will bring eight to 10 dining destinations, a central cocktail bar and an elevated outdoor brewer’s deck featuring Northern Pine, a San Diego-based brewer and a Kombucha tasting bar. Slated to open in early 2020, signed tenants include a craft cocktail bar by Scott Slater, Thai Extraordinary, Ambrogio 15, Le Parfait and a Mediterranean concept by Beeside in Del Mar.

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