SAN DIEGO — Murphy Development Co. has completed the construction of the final building at The Campus at San Diego Business Park, a more than 670,000-square-foot industrial park in San Diego’s Otay Mesa submarket. Building 3 offers 137,000 square feet of speculative industrial space.
Located at 2065 Sanyo Ave., the concrete tilt-up building features a 32-foot minimum clear height, 4,000 amps of 277/480 volt power, manufacturing sewer and water capacity, ESFR sprinklers, concrete truck courts and wide column spacing. Additionally, the facility has 33 dock-high doors and 10 short-yard expansion docks.
The business park is a fully fenced, secure site with on-site security and C-TPAT qualification. An on-site café is currently under construction and will be open for breakfast and lunch for all employees in June.
The development team includes Pacific Cornerstone Architects, Teshima Landscape Design, K&S Engineering and Lusardi Construction.
Murphy Development purchased the site from Panasonic Corp. of North America in early 2017 and renamed it The Campus at San Diego Business Park. The 542,197-square-foot, two-building campus was originally built in 1986 for The Sanyo Corp. of America. The campus was subsequently sold to The Panasonic Corp.
Following reacquisition, Murphy Development completed $15 million in upgrades that included installing new drought-tolerant landscaping, replacing all office glazing with energy-efficient glass, modernizing the office areas, updating the solar panel system, and adding dock and grade doors.
Andy Irwin and Joe Anderson of JLL are marketing Building 3 for leasing. The building can accommodate tenants from 50,000 square feet to 137,000 square feet.