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Our Real Estate Developments

We focus on maximize the value for real estate assets and take advantage of our solid track record in identifying and seizing opportunities. Despite shifting economic situations, our projects are designed to offer long-term value projections with site analysis, cost/benefit assessments, highest and best use studies, and competitive demand for remodeling and redevelopment projects. Additionally, as a full-service real estate company, we offer cohesive leasing, investment sales, and management services.

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Del Mar Heights Village

San Diego, California

A partnership headed by Craig Clark acquired this Vons anchored shopping center in 1988. During the first seven years of ownership, Long’s Drug, Jack in the Box, an approximately 11,500 square feet, freestanding medical office building, a freestanding Home Federal Bank and approximately 10,000 square feet of shop buildings were added to the Center. Concurrent with the new construction, the Center went through a total rehab. The combined development/rehab cost was approximately $9,600,000 and the Center was sold in 2012 for $40,875,000.
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Metro Center North

San Diego, California

Metro Center North, LLC purchased the 69,400 square feet former FedMart building and excess land in 1988. The main building was rehabbed and converted to an international indoor swap meet. Two out parcels were built for Econo Lube and Kragen Auto. The Center was sold in March, 2002 for $5,500,000.

Paseo Comers

Chula Vista, California

This center was the first of three projects entitled and developed by Craig Clark in the approximately 80 acre, one million square feet Rancho Del Rey Master Plan. Paseo Comers is an approximately 47,000 square feet development anchored by PetsMart and Chili’s Restaurant. PetSmart was sold within a year of completion and the remaining two buildings were sold in 2011.

Regal Cinema

Chula Vista, California
Craig Clark’s next development in the Rancho Del Rey Master Plan was the 60,000 square feet, 16-plex Regal Cinema, a 3-level parking structure and a fast food pad. This project was completed in November 1998 and sold in March 2004 for $11,500,000.

Tierra Comers

Chula Vista, California
Concurrent with Regal Cinema, Mr. Clark developed the approximately 39,000 square feet Tierra Comers, anchored by Pep Boys, Rubio’s Mexican Restaurant and Papa John’s Pizza. The center is currently 100% leased and valued at over $8,000,000.

Naples Plaza

Chula Vista, California
In 2000, a partnership, with Craig Clark as manager, acquired an approximately 23,800 strip center along with some adjacent “tear down” structures. Following demolition of the “tear downs”, Mr. Clark entitled and developed a 57,000 square feet Ralph’s Grocery Store and an additional 4,000 square feet of retail stores creating a total shopping center of approximately 84,904 square feet. In 2004, Naples Plaza was sold for $13,500,000.

Scripps Poway Parkway

San Diego, California
In 2001, a private partnership under the direction of Mr. Clark acquired a small parcel at the gateway to the Scripps Ranch North Residential Master Plan. Following the procurement of entitlements, which included a lot split and approvals for a fast food and bank building, Jack in the Box and Bank of America executed long term leases. Both properties were sold prior to their completion.

Gateway Center

Escondido, California

Gateway Center started as the assemblage of three parcels on the prime arterial to Downtown Escondido from Interstate15. Where previous developers had failed, Mr. Clark was able to entitle an approximately 115,389 square feet, mixed use shopping center which included a creative left turn access from the primary arterial and the establishment of a Business Enhancement Zone within the Downtown Redevelopment Plan.

Gateway Center is anchored by Barnes & Noble, Michael’s Arts & Crafts, Baja Fresh and Panda Express. The retail portion of the center was sold in 2004, but the partnership retained the approximately 24,000 square feet office building, which was anchored by First National Bank and the San Diego Union Tribune.

Gateway Retail Shopping Development

Liberty Station Marketplace

San Diego, California
Liberty Station Marketplace required Mr. Clark’s team to be extremely creative in the adaptive re-use of five historic barrack buildings in a portion of the former San Diego Naval Training Center. The result was an approximately 160,000 square feet shopping anchored by a “one-of-a-kind” Vons Grocery Store, Trader Joe’s, Starbuck’s Coffee and multiple regional and national restaurants. With an estimated value in excess of $50,000,000, the Marketplace will emerge as one of San Diego’s unique landmarks and future gems.
Liberty Station Development Plans

North Chapel at Liberty Station

San Diego, California
In conjunction with the Marketplace, Mr. Clark took personal pleasure in the $1.35 million renovation of the North Chapel. The 350 seat, historical chapel was completely restored including the wooden pews, alter, stained-glass windows and pipe organ.

Oak Creek Plaza II

Wildomar, California
Clark-Wildomar, LLC purchased the 10.22 acre, Phase II of the Oak Creek Shopping Center in June 2004. The approximately 74,200 mixed use Phase II was re-entitled for a blend of retail, office and free-standing pads fronting Interstate 15. Ace Hardware anchors the retail portion of the center and the approximately 22,000 square feet office building is home to the Wildomar City Hall. Two of the three pad users are Denny’s and Panda Express. Oak Creek II was sold in 2011.

Pivot Point Yuma Riverfront Redevelopment

Yuma, Arizona

In early 2000, Clark-Lankford completed the design/build of the 50,000 square feet Yuma City Hall. Their success with City Hall resulted in their entering into a Development Agreement with the City of Yuma in 2005 to master plan and develop approximately 22 acres at the historic Yuma Crossing on the Colorado River into a mixed use development. Pivot Point is a phased development and cost $30M.

Phase I was a 4-story 150 room Hilton Garden Inn and the state-of-the-art 21,000 square feet executive conference center, completed in 2010 by a partnership whose general partner was C.W. Clark Inc. Additionally, Mr. Clark submitted for permits on a small residential apartment phase. The balance of Pivot Point will be a mix of residential, restaurant and retail buildings and will be developed over the next 5-7 years.

C.W. Clark is the managing member of the Master Developer of the remaining 15 acres of the Yuma Heritage Riverfront Development project, which is expected to be developed as retail, office, and multi-family residential.

Yuma Heritage Riverfront