midex-use

Mixed Use Communities

Imagine your ideal living environment with beautiful surroundings that inspire you. Working in superbly equipped modern buildings, designed by top architects that enable you to perform to your full potential. Excellent leisure facilities, good places to eat - they're all right there, where you need them. And all this in a location that offers you and your family everything you could want in terms of quality of life. A place to live, shop, work and play.

Civita

Civita is a mixed-use urban village in the heart of San Diego that focuses on walkability, high-style design, sustainable innovations, and a garden-like ambiance.

Sudberry Properties is transforming the 230-acre site, formerly a 70-year-old sand and gravel quarry, into a vibrant community where residences, village shops and businesses are interspersed with parklands, open space, a system of pedestrian-friendly streets and walkways, and nearby access to San Diego’s light rail. The community’s emphasis on outstanding architecture has resulted in numerous national and regional awards for home and apartment design. Plans call for the development of nearly a million square feet of retail and office space, as well as a 14-acre park planned to open in 2017.

For more information visit civitalife.com

El Corazon – SoCal Sports Complex

El Corazon is a city-owned parcel of 465 contiguous acres located in the center of Oceanside, currently planned to contain a mix of land uses including parks and recreation, retail, residential and a hotel. The first phase of development is home to the SoCal Sports Complex, a group of 20 athletic fields built as a unique public/private partnership between Sudberry Properties and the city of Oceanside. SoCal Sports Complex is now open and hosting tournaments throughout the year. Located between San Diego and Los Angeles, the complex has become a magnet for tournaments. Five fields will remain available to the Soccer Club of Oceanside, which serves more than 2,000 local youth in recreational and competitive divisions.

2014 Completed Phase One - SoCal Sports Complex
Residential and Retail in Pre-Development
Size: 465 Acres

For more information on SoCal Sports Complex visit socalsportscomplex.com

Rio Vista West (Entitlement Only)

rio Rio Vista West is San Diego's first "transit-oriented development" (TOD). TOD reverses the traditional planning practice of building houses first, then figuring out where the roads will go. With TOD, streets come first, then houses. In Rio Vista West, this means the homes are closer together, streets are narrower, stores are closer, and everything is centered around a village square; with a park, a trolley stop and a bus station. To supplement the trolley, Rio Vista West has a transit center where buses from all over the county stop.

Built in the style of San Diego’s most honored architect, Irving Gill, Rio Vista West is comprised of a retail component, 900 townhouses, 165,000 square feet of offices and a 2-acre park.