Real estate roundup
MJD Interactive to relocate on Cass — MJD Interactive is relocating to 4667 Cass St., just a few doors from its current location at 4502 Cass St., also known as The Dunaway Building. Clothing shop Chillers is relocating to 4903 Morena Blvd., Suite 1204.
Chillers’ founder Eric Blumenthal is establishing a significant online presence and is moving toward an online-based clothing store.
Founders and current owners of MJD Interactive Michael Maginnis and Jeremy Duimstra said the relocation will give the business room to grow, provide an open-floor-plan environment for its employees and will embrace the beach and creative atmosphere Pacific Beach provides.
MJD Interactive is a digital agency and interactive technology company that specializes in mobile-application development, enterprise website design and development, emerging technology solutions and online marketing strategies.
MJD Interactive has been in business since September 2007, doubling in size each year with an impressive client roster that includes Oakley, Titleist, DJO Global and Falken Tire.
The new lease begins in May. Income Property Investors, Inc., led by Tony Franco, was the only broker involved in the transaction.
This is the third major tenant that has moved out of The Dunaway Building in the last six months, leaving significant vacancies. The other tenants included Pacific Beach’s staple coffee shop Zanzibar and Geeky Clean Computer Repair.