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Donahue Schriber unveils new phase for San Diego center


Donahue Schriber announced the next phase of Del Mar Highlands Town Center at RECon this week. The 120,000-sq.-ft. addition of GLA will bring the total square footage at the San Diego property close to 400,000.

Called The Collection, the new phase will be anchored by local natural foods grocer Jimbos…Naturally! The company’s leasing strategy for the remainder of the space will focus on retail, dining, and services catering to the area’s highly educated, affluent, and time-constrained consumers.

Average household income within a five-mile radius of the center is $170,000, and 72% of residents have earned at least a bachelor’s degree.

“It’s much more than a shopping center expansion,” said Chairman and CEO Patrick Donahue. “This is about continuing to be the meeting place or, as the name so adequately describes, the town center of the Carmel Valley community.

The high-grossing Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas at Del Mar Highlands is expanding from eight to 11 screens, and new tenants include Bluemercury, Grater Grilled Cheese, Pokewan, and Pappalecco. Mendocino Farms is set to open in July.
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