The County of San Diego, PCL Construction, Steinberg Hart, and Project Management Advisors, are starting the design phase of the Southeastern Live Well Center at the corner of Market St. and Euclid Ave.
The Southeastern Live Well Center will serve as a hub for community services in the San Diego neighborhood. This phase is when details are refined for the concepts shared earlier and will include engaging groups that will work at the building along with community advisors on design.
In the coming months, PCL will host outreach events for local businesses and community residents who are interested in learning more about the project and potential opportunities.
As the project moves forward, subcontractors will have the option to assist in the design development and the contractor will begin buyout of early trades.
Once constructed, the 65,000-sq.-ft. Southeastern Live Well Center will provide a full array of community services including medical insurance coverage, food and nutrition assistance, family strengthening services, financial and employment assistance, public health, behavioral health, child support, restorative justice, services for older adults and people with disabilities, and military and veterans’ services. The Southeastern Live Well Center also will have space for community meetings in its 4,000-sq.-ft. conference center.
The center is expected to break ground in fall of 2021 and open in the summer of 2023.