Real estate is a local business—it always has been, and it always will be.
Local market information, relationships and experience matter. That’s why when San Diego companies need to relocate, expand, renew a lease, evaluate current lease and operating charges, or look to purchase, build or manage a facility, they turn to the award-winning team at Hughes Marino. Whether it’s for their corporate headquarters, research lab, manufacturing space, warehouse, regional office or small business, Hughes Marino covers all corners of San Diego and all aspects of real estate requirements.
“Their focus is on their tenants, and there is no conflict of interest. It’s all about getting the best deal for the tenants, and I think the economics of our deal demonstrate how they get the best results.” —George DeVries, CEO of American Specialty Health
Resolving budget and scheduling issues, creating a 4-story internal staircase, a 10,000 sf conference center, 18,000 sf of high-density storage (including structural upgrades), and $4 million dollars of custom millwork, was par for the course for our CM team when building out the offices for the 142,000 sf national law firm of Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd.
It’s every team’s dream job to build the nationally recognized and multiple award-winning New Children’s Museum, one of the first green museums in California, but to do it on time and under budget was the icing on the cake.
“They’ve handled many projects for us, including our corporate headquarters in Carmel Valley, our San Diego Service Center in Kearny Mesa and numerous branch locations throughout the county.” —David Russell, Senior Vice President and Manager of the Corporate Real Estate Facilities Department at California Bank & Trust
“There’s not a real estate organization that knows San Diego better.”
—Adam Antoniades, President of First Allied
We represent tenants—and only tenants—of San Diego, from small businesses, municipalities, non-profits to large international corporations. What don’t we do? We don’t represent landlords, ever.