Santa Barbara Properties
Pueblo Viejo Property
A Santa Barbara iconic property, known for its collection of some of Santa Barbara's favorite local merchants, including C'est Cheese, Handlebar Coffee Roasters, Rudy's, and Drishti Yoga. This property also features second floor residences, and is located across the street from the historic El Presidio State Park, at the corner of Canon Perdido and Santa Barbara Street.
The Lyon Building
The historic Lyon Building was originally constructed in the 1920's as a moving and storage facility, which the building served as until the late 1990's. More recently, the building was converted to a multi-tenant building, which includes a mixture of office and educational uses. Some of the existing tenants include Kaplan International, Service Objects, and SONOS. The property is located at the intersection of Cota Street and Anacapa Street.
10, 12, & 14 E Figueroa
This prime downtown office and retail property was originally constructed in 1926, and fetaures beautiful balcony space overlooking La Arcada. The arched entryways and red tile roofs are classic examples of Santa Barbara Spanish colonial style architecture.
3760 & 3768 State Street
Located in the upper State Street corridor of Santa Barbara, this property features a stand alone retail building along the street that is now home to Chase Bank, and a mutli-tenant office building set back from the street, which features floor to ceilling windows, dramatic mountain views, and high ceilings throughout.
1933 Cliff Drive
This office building is one of the exclusive office buildings to exist on the Mesa. Originally built as the "Ice Patch," (an ice skating rink) this building was converted in the late 1980's to a multi-tenant office building with a beautiful courtyard constructed in the center of the building that features large skylights, and an interior garden.
Olive Mill Plaza
The Olive Mill Plaza is located in the lower Montecito Village, along Coast Village Road. This property features extensive frontage on Coast Village Road and Coast Village Circle, and consists of varierty of ground floor retail tenants, and second floor offices.
1011 State Street
This downtown Santa Barbara property is the home of Sprint, and is a classic State Street retail building, located near the intersection of State Street and Carrillo Street, and adjacent to Saks Fifth Avenue.
The Faber Building
This corner property is a high visibility retail building at the intersection of Mission Street and Chapala Street. The building is located across the street from the historic "Flying A" studio, which was once one of the largest motion picture studios in the United States.