Featured Project

Naval Training Center at Liberty Station
San Diego, CA | Mixed-Use

Over $4.4 million in federal historic tax credits

Date Built: 1921-1943
Developer: NTC Liberty Station II, LLC
Completion date: 2007-2012
Total project cost: $22 million
Historic tax credits: $4.4 million, Federal

MHA’s Role:

NTC

The Client’s Goal:

The former Naval Training Center, San Diego’s buildings including various Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (Barracks), Administrative Offices, Classrooms, Married Officers Quarters and the Library. Rehabilitation efforts converted these spaces into arts and educated related facilities ranging from museums, art galleries, dance studios and music training spaces, as well as housing unique local retailers, including a chocolatier, children’s book store, as well as non-profit community centers.

Building History:

The Naval Training Center was designed by notable San Diego architect, Bertram G. Goodhue. It features Spanish Colonial Revival with Pueblo-influenced designs.