SAN DIEGO (PRWEB – JULY 15, 2021) — Stockdale Capital Partners (“Stockdale”) today announced Campus at Horton, one of the largest adaptive reuse and urban mixed-use tech and life sciences campuses in the western United States, has received a WiredScore Platinum Certification, joining an elite group of best-in-class buildings around the world to achieve this prestigious rating. Campus at Horton is also the only real estate development in San Diego to be recognized with the coveted Platinum certification.
Stockdale Capital Partners Receives Esteemed WiredScore Platinum Certification for Campus at Horton
Debuting in 2022, Campus at Horton is the First Development in San Diego to Earn Prestigious Best-in-Class Digital Connectivity Rating
Wired Certification, developed by WiredScore, is the global standard for digital connectivity, measuring five key components of a building including master planning, infrastructure, services, monitoring and innovation. Campus at Horton achieved Platinum certification—the highest-awarded recognition—indicating the million square-foot development spanning 10-acres in the heart of downtown San Diego meets exceptional standards for wired infrastructure, resilience and wireless networks.
Campus at Horton was awarded the maximum number of points possible for various categories including telecommunications access, usage and planning; tenant backup power availability and space; in-building mobile enhancement infrastructure planning and riser planning.
”Stockdale Capital’s goal to achieve a WiredScore Platinum Certification for Campus at Horton demonstrates our commitment to providing future tenants with leading-edge digital connectivity positioning Campus at Horton to thrive as technology and our reliance on connectivity continues to rapidly evolve,” said Leo Divinsky, managing director at Stockdale Capital Partners. “We’re looking forward to delivering a project that will embrace and support the innovation ecosystem creating a true technology hub Downtown with best-in-class connectivity in one of America’s smartest cities.”
Campus at Horton will feature 700,000 square feet of well-amenitized tech and life sciences office and lab space along with 300,000 square feet of curated restaurants, entertainment, wellness and experiential retail—creating approximately 4,000 high-quality jobs in downtown San Diego. In addition to the WiredScore Platinum Certification, the development is targeting a LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its best-in-class sustainability initiatives as well as a WELL Platinum certification, the highest level of certification offered by the International WELL Building Institute recognizing spaces that advance human health and well-being.