Giving tenants space to grow into.
Flexible office, R&D and manufacturing makes for an adaptive tech campus
HED was selected to design the new San Diego Energy Equity Campus. The campus will include 39,333 GSF of flexible light industrial and 26,543 GSF of office space that includes 8,000 SF of training and education space. The campus will be designed as one aesthetic to attract creative flex uses such as tech startups, maker spaces, and community benefit organizations, and will be well appointed with support services to aid the transformation of the community to sustainable, equitable development.
The flex buildings are, by design, “flexible” and will allow for a wide range of office and light industrial uses. HED’s design has built-in plasticity so the spaces can be used for various purposes and will be easier to retrofit to meet a tenant’s needs This flexibility meets the client’s goal of attracting a wide range of companies, particularly startups, that need office space with a manufacturing component that can expect to flex in size with research needs or company growth.