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Majestic Realty, Sunroad Enterprises Start Construction of 1.1 MSF Spec Industrial Expansion in San Diego

SAN DIEGO — Majestic Realty Co. and Sunroad Enterprises have started construction on the second half of their four-building Landmark at Otay development, located at the intersection of state routes 905 and 125 in San Diego.

Construction is underway on 50 acres of the 67-acre master-planned development, including a 240,975-square-foot building at 1610 Landmark Road and a 235,085-square-foot building at 1910 Landmark Road. Both buildings will feature 36-foot ceiling clearance and 185-foot secure truck courtyards with individual trailer storage. Additionally, the buildings will offer ESFR fire systems, 51 trailer parking stalls, 40 dock-high doors and two ground-level doors with ramps, as well as Superflat warehouse floors and building-wide clerestory windows.

Mark Lewkowitz, Chris Holder and Will Holder of Colliers San Diego are marketing and leasing Phase II of the project. Completion is slated for February 2023.

The development team plans to break ground on Phase III, a two-building component including 150,000-square-foot and 115,000-square-foot buildings, this summer.

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Mark Lewkowitz

Executive Vice President

San Diego

Mark Lewkowitz is a 15+ year veteran in the commercial real estate business in San Diego and has been a part of the significant growth and development in the Industrial San Diego market over that period of time. Mark specializes in the Leasing, Sales and development of warehouse, manufacturing, and distribution facilities. His years of experience in dealing with strategic planning, financial analysis, and 1031 exchanges have resulted in a very loyal client list.

Mark is consistently ranked as a top producer both within the San Diego Region and the West Coast. Mark has also been awarded within the Colliers’ Everest Club, which recognizes the top 10% of all Colliers professionals in brokerage, valuation and corporate solutions across the U.S. business based on revenue production. Mark is most known for his ethics, hard work, dedication and always exceeding his client’s expectations. He keeps abreast and current of the ever-changing industrial and office markets. He has been responsible for negotiating a wide range of transactions, including leases, subleases, purchases and sales.

Mark is an active member of SIOR and NAIOP. His civic affiliations include the National City Boys and Girls Club and Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego County.

Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of California, San Diego. While he attended UCSD he was a member of the Men’s Basketball Team. Mark still enjoys playing in competitive basketball leagues, with his athletic prowess on a serious decline.

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Chris Holder

Executive Vice President

San Diego

25 year veteran of the commercial real estate industry

1997-2008 - Vice President, John Burnham Real Estate
2008-2014 - Director, Industrial Properties, Cushman and Wakefield
2014 - Present, Sr. Vice President, Colliers International

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Will Holder

Senior Associate

San Diego

After graduating from San Diego State University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology, I worked in the photography field for a few years (still an avid photographer)  before deciding to join the Commercial Real Estate industry.  I specialize in the industrial market (5,000 sqft. and greater) in the South Bay (National City, Chula Vista, Otay Mesa) submarkets. Backed by a team who has extensive experience in all areas south of the I-8 (Mark Lewkowitz and Chris Holder,) I'm prepared to assist with any commercial real estate needs in the Central San Diego down to Otay Mesa/San Ysidro submarkets. 

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