Tenant Amidst Design of New Creative Space
San Diego CA— NextLevel Internet, Inc. has signed a new lease to relocate and expand its offices in north San Diego’s Rancho Bernardo community. NextLevel, a business-to-business voice, internet and managed unified communications services provider, will be moving into 18,541 square feet (sf) of newly designed creative office space at 10967 Via Frontera. Tom van Betten of Cushman & Wakefield’s San Diego office represented the tenant in the transaction. Justin Maiolo of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the landlord.
NextLevel is currently working with Mare Walcom in the design of its new creative digs which are part of a larger nearly 40,000-sf freestanding single-story flex/manufacturing building. Mr. van Betten said, “NextLevel’s new space was already pre-built out for office/flex use which made it an appealing location to convert as creative space. The company’s new office design will provide a collaborative environment with few private offices complemented by high ceilings that will all create a more open and airy feel. Another very cool element is the space will also incorporate indoor and outdoor patios for employees to gather and socialize or just relax and enjoy the great Southern California weather.”
“We had completely outgrown our existing offices and were looking for a new location that would accommodate our future growth,” said Derek Gietzen, President of Next Level Internet, Inc. “Creating a great place to work is high on our priority list and we recognize that the work space environment can have a big impact on the culture that we are trying to create. We appreciate Cushman & Wakefield’s effort to help us identify and secure the right space, and are excited to be working with Ware Malcomb to help us design an open and collaborative workplace that reflects our core value of valuing people and relationships.”
Retaining its offices in north San Diego’s desired master-planned community of Rancho Bernardo, about 20 miles northeast of downtown, NextLevel is moving just a few miles north and across Interstate 15 from its prior address on World Trade Drive.