Community Building Beyond Development

Wondering what’s planned for the vacant automotive shop behind Pizza Port in Carlsbad Village?

Fitzgerald was born locally at Tri-City Medical Center in the late 1970s when North County Coastal was a lot more rural than today. His father Robert Fitzgerald, a local Carlsbad resident and veteran commercial real estate broker and developer, remembers when the only retail shopping and entertainment ofering was the mall at El Camino Real and Highway 78. Over 30 years later, heart and soul of North County Coastal is Highway 101 and the renaissance of Carlsbad Village is the focal point and all its thriving food, beverage, retail and entertainment destinations, which is driving more demand for housing and mixed use development.

In 1988, Fitzgerald’s father recalled a turning point for the Village when he sold Jeff Rasak of Sterling Development Corporation the Wonder Bread/ Hostess facility that became Pizza Port Brewing, who was a small business with one location at the time in Solana Beach. Pizza Port has been the anchor for the Village for decades and recently renewed a long term lease and expanded with a second-story viewing deck to capitalize the growing business.

Danny Fitzgerald and his ENDEAVOR team have been following his father’s footsteps with Sterling recently making waves and creating their own legacy with numerous impactful community-driven developments showing their love for the Village. Fitzgerald shifted his real estate career after 15 years with a large rm in mixed use development into smaller in ll projects and place making. His attention the past 5 years has been away from Downtown San Diego and into the Little Italy, Uptown, North Park and Coastal neighborhoods.

You may know their award-winning food, beverage and design beginning with Consortium Holdings’ facilitating the first two leases for Neighborhood and Craft & Commerce. Fitzgerald represented Pizza Port for the purchase of Ocean Beach location, the lease for Solterra Winery in Leucadia who just reached their 5 year mark, and the design entitlements and lease for Kettner Exchange in Little Italy. Most recently in Carlsbad Village, they facilitated the lease for Board & Brew on Carlsbad Blvd, the design entitlements and lease for Park 101, which is approaching its 1 year anniversary next month, and represented the developer in the purchase of the new Campire and Carruth Cellars locations on State Street.

Some local residences, businesses and property owners know ENDEAVOR for their big vision, place making experience and emerging markets, but it has been a long, humble road as a start-up business themselves, incubating and dreaming for many years about San Diego’s future to get this point. eir leadership in civic/community dialog about the issues of the housing crisis and homelessness, public health and safety and economic and commu- nity development are what drives them to expand and evolve their clients and investors to be mindful.

When you see the ENDEAVOR Eagle, be inspired to be creative and entrepreneurial daily and know there is a team committed to bringing together community to create a new landscape in San Diego while also respecting the heritage and our future and that’s the leading edge of real estate in our region.

For more information about ENDEAVOR and 3045 Roosevelt property leasing info, visit www.endeavor y.com or call Danny Fitzgerald at (858) 663-4576.

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