Development of Township 14 office buildings continues in Del Mar Heights area

Township 14 rendering.

Construction is past the halfway point on Township 14, making it the first new office buildings in Del Mar Heights since 2006. The two class-A buildings that make up Township 14 will offer “luxurious interior finishes, modern architecture and the highest level of services and amenities.” Located on High Bluff Drive, the project will serve “as a premier workspace in the heart of an elite business community neighboring numerous Fortune 500 companies in various business sectors.”

“We are pleased to announce world-renowned law firm, Latham & Watkins, has signed on as our anchor tenant at 12670 High Bluff Drive and will occupy the entire three-story 70,000 square-foot building,” said Eric Northbrook, executive director at Cushman & Wakefield. The adjacent four-story building, located at 12680 High Bluff Drive, will provide 57,020 square-feet of office space and is now available for lease. The two buildings will be developed over a 5.76-acre site.

Designed by leading global architectural firm, Gensler, Township 14 will provide tenants with modern design elements and functionality. The LEED-Gold and LEED-Silver certified project, incorporates expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. This abundance of natural light will reduce energy costs and has been shown to stimulate employee productivity. The open floor plans maximize workspace and foster collaboration, positive workflow and productivity.

Tenants at Township 14 will have the tools to cultivate a healthy and social lifestyle while at work. The project features an indoor fitness center with strength and cardio machines, as well as an outdoor area for group and mat exercise. Executive locker rooms provide a convenient place to clean up with three showers in each locker room.  The building also offers a gourmet café/bistro and exterior common areas further fusing cutting-edge design with the outdoors.

New York-based TIAA CREF owns Township 14 and Del Mar-based Cruzan|Monroe is the development partner. Construction will be managed by DPR Construction with an estimated completion date of November 2013.

Township 14 is located at 12670 High Bluff Drive, San Diego, CA 92130 and 12680 High Bluff Drive, San Diego, CA 92130.  For more information and leasing details, please call Cushman & Wakefield at 858-452-6500 or visit

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