Vista Canyon’s three-story retail/office building is now a new landmark on the State Route 14 Sand Canyon corridor. The new building sets an unprecedented standard of creative office design, innovation and commuter accessibility for the eastern Santa Clarita Valley. Designed by internationally renowned architect Gensler, the 57,000 square foot structure will anchor Lincoln Place, Vista Canyon’s pedestrian-focused, centralized thoroughfare of work, retail and entertainment.
Exterior construction will wrap up before the end of 2018. When complete, the solar-enhanced, energy-efficient interior will offer business tenants flexible, light-filled office space and inviting outdoor patios. Leasing is already underway and expected to attract restaurants and retail and service providers for the ground floor and a variety of office tenants for the second and third levels. JSB Development, the planner and developer of Vista Canyon, will be relocating their office from Valencia to the new building early next year.
Lincoln Place and the adjacent corporate office campus will create Santa Clarita’s newest employment district – bringing up to 5,000 new technical, managerial, biotechnical, entertainment-related and service jobs to the area. The flagship building, the first of five retail/office structures planned for the street, establishes an upscale commercial destination for Vista Canyon and promises a wide range of dining, retail and entertainment venues in the east side of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Lincoln Place will be a full-featured streetscape with restaurants, coffee houses, neighborhood pubs and wine bars, specialty grocery, fitness studios, salons, a day spa, boutiques and more. Services like a drugstore, dry cleaners and banks will form the foundation of amenities offered in the community. Regularly orchestrated (and likely some spontaneous) street activities – farmers’ markets, music events, art showings — will activate and enliven the street.
The first building’s forward-looking design comes from Gensler, the internationally renowned architect of Facebook’s Corporate Headquarters in Menlo Park, KCET Studios, the Abu Dhabi Financial Center and other flagship global developments.