A rendering of the fully built-out Centrumplace development by Sunroad Enterprises.

Sunroad Enterprises announced Monday that it plans to build two more high-rise offers towers in Kearny Mesa on an 8-acre campus that already has one tower.

The Centrumplace Development will consist of the existing Centrum I, completed in 2008, Centrum II breaking ground in 2016, and Centrum III planned for the future based on market demand. Each of the new high rises would be 11 stories in height

“Businesses are increasingly demanding an amenity-rich environment, which is appealing when recruiting top talent,” said Aaron Feldman, president of Sunroad Enterprises. “San Diego County is also experiencing an increased demand of large blocks of Class A office space, especially with amenities of this caliber.”

The courtyard between the three buildings will feature outdoor private meeting space, conference facilities, outdoor event space, lounges, a fitness center, restaurants, a bar, and parking structures with valet service.

The first building in the development was the center of controversy when former City Attorney Michael Aguirre charged that it’s height was a danger to private airplanes landing at Montgomery Field. The building had been approved by the city, but Aguirre’s efforts led to a modification to lower its height by 20 feet.

Sunroad Enterprises has built over 3 million square feet of office space since its founding in San Diego in 1977.

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Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.