Gemini Rosemont renovates interior of San Diego’s 610 West Ash office building

Gemini Rosemont, LLC, a leading commercial real estate investment company with holdings of approximately 10 million square feet of commercial office space, is renovating the 19-story 610 West Ash commercial office building in San Diego, Calif.

“We’re looking to create a more modern environment and provide an inviting atmosphere for our tenants,” said Helen Rivero, Senior Managing Director, Investment Management for Gemini Rosemont.

The project includes an extensive lobby remodel that ties into the live-work-play urban vibe of the Little Italy neighborhood. A lounge for tenants and their guests, a new ground floor retail space, a new shower and locker facility, and enhancements to current restaurant tenant Petrini’s Restaurant, including a new entrance off of Little Italy’s India Street, are all part of the project. The renovation is expected to be completed in November 2018.

Gemini Rosemont purchased the 177,489 square foot office building from Equity Office Properties and The Blackstone Group in April 2016.

“The 610 West Ash building is just one example of our company’s ongoing strategy to acquire Class A single and multi-tenant office buildings in coastal gateway markets,” said Rivero.

The partners in the project are two San Diego-based companies, including Back’s Construction, Inc., and Hollander Design Group. Meissner Jacquet is the construction manager, overseeing the project on behalf of Gemini Rosemont.

Tenants of 610 West Ash enjoy abundant shopping, hotels, 30-plus restaurants, numerous housing options and parks are within walking distance. Its location is convenient to San Diego’s primary public transit providers, freeways and San
Diego International Airport and offers panoramic views of the San Diego skyline, San Diego Bay, Coronado Island and the Pacific Ocean

Available suites range in size from 2,300 to 7,300 square feet of contiguous space. The leasing for 610 West Ash is lead by JLL’s Bess Wakeman, Richard Gonor and Brandt Riedman (858-410-1245).