Malick Infill Development has selected McCullough to collaborate with their team along with the architectural firm Miller Hull to design a mixed-use development in the center of National City. The project will bring a burst of new life to a once-vibrant part of San Diego.
This catalyst project, which will help stimulate surrounding developments, will consist of 108 apartment units on seven levels with retail shopping, a co-work space and live/work lofts.
In a recent issue of the DDC Journal, developer Andrew Malick shares his enthusiam for the project, “We’re excited to work with city leaders to complete their vision for a walkable downtown National City.”
McCullough’s objectives are to activate the street scene and develop creative user-experiences on the podium deck and on the rooftop level. The street scene will be part of a larger city-developed street activation plan. The firm is planning cafe and pedestrian programming within the alleys along the front and sides of the building.
Unique to this project will be a seamless user-environment between the private property and the public right of way. On the podium deck, McCullough is designing a festive environment where people can go outside from interior spaces and enjoy the view from an elevated plaza. The rooftop, similar to the podium, will have indoor/outdoor components with panoramic views of downtown San Diego, Coronado and San Diego Bay. A collaborative working space is planned for the upper floors and will have direct access to the views.
Projects like these are a perfect fit for McCullough as the firm is rooted in community engagement and revitalization as part of their mission statement. Meet them on the rooftop when the project is complete for a toast of champagne and those great views!
Renderings courtesy of Miller Hull
Catherine McCullough Lands a National Leadership Role
McCullough is thrilled to announce that President and CEO Catherine McCullough has been appointed At-Large Director for the National Society for Marketing Professional Services 2018-19 Board of Directors.
“I am proud to represent not only the West Coast and San Diego in this national board position for SMPS, but our profession as well! I believe I am the only person from a landscape architecture firm on the board.”
— Catherine McCullough, President and CEO
Stewards to the Natural World and Built Environment
The San Diego Business Journal recently published this May McCullough article titled “What is Landscape Architecture?” Written by Associate Landscape Designer Brian Frederick, he describes the effects that great landscape architecture has on people, the place and the environment.