ANI’s real estate investment and development reach is broad and diverse. Ranging from multifamily residential projects, mixed-use entertainment, retail, hospitality and vacation properties, to historic renovations and large-scale urban malls.
A twin-tower, 18-story residential apartment development in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood. The $70 million, 383-unit project makes most of a sloping site to provide vistas of San Diego Harbor and the downtown area and blends well into the neighborhood fabric of low and high-rise commercial and multifamily residences.
A 241,000 square foot mixed-use, urban revival complex in downtown San Diego that features a House of Blues entertainment and retail component, restaurants, bars, residential live/work lofts, and a luxury hotel. The $125 million project is at the heart of the downtown Gaslamp District and has become a popular regional tourist destination for food, entertainment, and lodging as well as an attractive residential option for local inhabitants to enjoy the hip vibe of this downtown venue.
ANI created 84 live/work loft units and some 16,000 square feet of retail space in the rehabilitation of one of San Diego’s first downtown skyscrapers, an elegant, early 20th century, 12-story Italianate bank building originally designed by Franklin P. Burnham.
A 10,000 square foot mixed-use urban restoration and renovation of an 1898 historic building in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp District. ANI saw this $2.5 million project from the concept through completion, marketing, and leasing.
The ANI Development Team directed the renovation of an abysmal, forlorn, 26,000 sq ft warehouse and transformed it into sleek, contemporary, Class A office and operations space for the growing needs of ANI’s corporate headquarters. More than merely a facelift, this comprehensive metamorphosis features upgraded modern office interiors; two commercial grade kitchens; innovative, yet informal employee gathering areas designed to meet the needs of today’s creative-class; multiple conference rooms; bold exteriors and landscaping; and a complete renovation of the plumbing, electrical, HVAC and other mechanical systems, including a rooftop solar energy system making our corporate office a pioneer of 21st Century, ergonomic, and environmentally-friendly office space.
This $63 million project redeveloped an existing regional mall into an entertainment and hospitality-based power center anchored by a 12-screen AMC theater complex.
301 D Street is a $12.1 million project that is an exciting new addition to the burgeoning Washington District in West Sacramento. Taking an existing single story, abandoned warehouse, this project will become a vibrant and thriving place to call home. It features 40 unique apartments including 10 spectacular lofts and a 700 Sq Ft rooftop deck. Designed by the award-winning San Diego-based De Bartolo + Rimanic Design Studio, construction started in August 2018 and is expected to be ready for move in late 2019. 301 D Street embraces the neighborhood’s glorious past while building on a community focused on the future.
Conceptual plan to renovate 4 existing apartments and build 12 new market-rate, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartments in the emerging West University Avenue corridor near the thriving Village of La Mesa. This will add 10,725 Sq Ft of new construction, while renovating 3,280 Sq Ft , adding a visually charming structure that blends with, and complements the warm and vibrant community of La Mesa. ANI closed on this site June 29th, with construction set to begin in April 2019. This $4.7 million project has an estimated completion date of February 2020.
When ANI acquired the tiny, single-floor, beach hovel on Mission Beach’s popular Windemere Court, ANI’s development team knew a simple renovation wouldn’t adequately speak to the prime beach location.
Three floors, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 1300 sq ft later, ANI’s Windemere Court residence is a showpiece of contemporary, innovative design that passionately captures and delivers the California Dream.
ANI’s development team completed this project in just 11 months, including Coastal Commission approval.
As part of ANI’s commitment to bring badly needed housing to San Diego’s Mission Beach community, ANI acquired an old, tired, dilapidated, 285 sq ft 1950s era retail shack and made it young again with over 1000 sq ft of exciting new retail at street level and an apartment on two levels above.
The retail shop, occupied by the flagship of ANI’s successful “Luv Surf” apparel line, features roll-up glass doors that open onto the street, further energizing what had been for decades a retail “dead zone.”
The apartment features three outdoor decks designed to embrace the “indoor-outdoor” lifestyle for which San Diego is famous throughout the world.
Keller Street CoWork, located in Petaluma, CA is a collaborative workspace for creatives, freelancers, and other professionals. Complete with modern amenities, cutting edge technology and access to state-of-the-art equipment in our photo, video and audio studios, this beautifully designed industrial space fosters a creative and inspiring culture, while presenting connection opportunities with like-minded professionals and continued learning experiences. It’s about more than building a business and a brand — it’s about building a life.
This property was an auto service shop from 1921 until the 1950’s. The current structure was built in 1958 and has housed several different tenants, including Mission Hills Florist, a long-time tenant. During the most recent remodel, ANI commissioned site surveys to analyze and determine the condition of the site, to ensure the property meets California and federal environmental standards. Patio Plaza is in compliance and two of the tenant properties – Mosley’s Boxing Gym and the DixiePops ice cream shop – are LEED, Title 24 and green building standard certified.
This historic property is located in San Diego’s Mission Hills neighborhood. Built in 1927 and recently designated as a historical resource, the property has many distinctive characteristics of Spanish Eclectic style.
It also retains much of the architectural integrity from its period of significance, including a flat roof with a parapet, stucco exterior, wood fixed and divided light windows, clay tile vents, and decorative relief work.