San Diego Business Journal

New Tenants Announced for Pacific Highlands Ranch Retail Center

By Lou Hirsh Tuesday, February 3, 2015
   
The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch is under construction in Carmel Valley. Photo courtesy of Coast Income Properties Inc.

The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch is under construction in Carmel Valley. Photo courtesy of Coast Income Properties Inc.

Locally based clothing and accessories retailer Urban Girl is among new tenants signed to occupy The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch, a new retail center under construction in San Diego’s Carmel Valley neighborhood.

The roster will also include the recently signed skate shop Overload, Total Vision Care, Pacific Highlands Dentistry and New York-based gym club chain Crunch Fitness, according to the project’s developer, San Diego-based Coast Income Properties Inc.

Urban Girl, owned by Annie and Chris Glenn and set for a May opening, has two current locations in Del Mar and Seaport Village in downtown San Diego. The stores’ merchandise includes clothing, footwear, swimwear, gifts and home decorations.

A spring debut is set for the second location of locally based skateboard and accessories retailer Overload, owned by Aaron Churder with a current location in North Park. The new location of Total Vision Care, operated by local doctors Kim Plattner and Steve Klein, will be the third in San Diego.

Pacific Highlands Dentistry, set for a June opening, also includes My Kid’s Dentist and Orthodontics.

The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch is under construction on a 24-acre site north of Del Mar Heights Road and east of Carmel Valley Road, near state Route 56. The 150,000-square-foot center is set for a spring opening, with previously announced tenants including Trader Joe’s and Panera Bread.