Legacy International Center Opens

The Legacy International Center in San Diego made its public debut this past Saturday with its Christmas City USA event.  The center is a world-class destination resort as developed by Dr. Morris Cerullo, a San Diego resident since 1959 and celebrating over 72 years of his Morris Cerullo World Evangelism.  Attractions such as the mural-lined catacombs, an interactive world globe, the dome theater, and a 126-room hotel are set to open in February.

Read the full article here: Televangelist opens his Bible-themed attraction — from wailing wall and catacombs to luxury lodging

Modera Construction Progress

Construction for Modera, a residential building located on 14th & K in East Village San Diego, is making great progress. The building has reached the 3rd floor level with a major concrete pour for a portion of the 3rd floor podium deck. Wood framing has started on the south end of the building with panelized wood framed panels being erected into place, and the MEP systems are being installed in the basement levels and first floor. The first phase occupancy is estimated for June 2021.

Photo credit: Frank Landry and Mill Creek Residential


TEN770 Renovation Complete

Carrier Johnson + CULTURE completed the interior renovation for TEN770, a 180,000 SF Class A Life Science building located in the Sorrento Mesa area of San Diego.  Our scope included the renovation of amenity spaces and common areas, as well as furniture and accessories specification.  The project was also designed by Macfarlane Architects, with BNBuilders as the general contractor and BioScience Properties as the developer.

Read the full article here: $20M Renovation Is An Art and a Science

Photo Credit: JLL


We Love Our New San Diego Design Studio! 

Have you had a chance to visit us in our new space?  When designing our San Diego design studio, connecting both floors was important to create a cohesive work environment.  We accomplished this by creating a feature stair that integrates bleacher seating. This design element connects the daylit breakroom to the lobby, creating dynamic flow that encourages social interaction.

Photo credit: Studio Maha