San Diego, Where Talent
Lives, Innovates & Creates

Cost of Living Differentials - Relative to Bay Area

San Diego’s cost of living is 23% lower than the Bay Area.

More affordable housing and services, combined with great weather, recreation and entertainment is driving high concentrations of Millennials and young professionals.

17% labor cost savings on
500 technology jobs equates to $8 million annually.

San Diego has the highest concentration of people between the ages of 21-34. This is a highly sought after age group - particularly by tech companies - due to their strong technical skills

Source: CBRE

The re-imagined Horton will become an economic engine: 3000–4000 new jobs in downtown

$2B in annual
economic impact

San Diego Is The City Where Qualified Talent Is Easier To Find & Retain

35% less labor demand than Silicon Valley for tech jobs

76% fewer Software Developer job postings than Silicon Valley

23,223 people with tech skills live within 30 mins of Horton

Source: CBRE

Home to eighteen colleges & universities including:
(34,000 students)
(31,000 students)
(9,000 students)

#2 Most innovative
city in the world.

Positioned For Growth

San Diego provides a steady supply of engineering and computer science talent - nearly 5,000 graduates annually in engineering and computer science. 50% of SAAS (6,000) developers and 56% of UX (7,800) developers in the San Diego MSA are located in the City of San Diego.

Tech Specs

With over 1 million square feet across 9 campus buildings, choose a layout that best fits your company's vision and needs with customizable floor plate packages.