La Jolla Commons位于圣地亚哥大学城中心区，占地18英亩，三期办公和酒店开发，占地面积约2英亩。 Hines兴趣聘请詹姆斯·伯内特办公室与第二阶段塔，一个13层，300,000平方英尺级A商业办公楼和美国最大的净零建筑之一相结合开发中央花园。与着名的洛杉矶建筑师保罗·丹纳合作，OJB创造了一个拥有轻松的南加州气氛和度假村式设施的园区。
Located in the University Town Center district of San Diego, La Jolla Commons is an 18-acre, three-phase office and hotel development organized around a two-acre green space. Hines Interests engaged the Office of James Burnett to develop the central garden in conjunction with the phase two tower, a 13-story, 300,000 SF Class-A commercial office tower and one of the largest Net Zero buildings in the United States. Working with notable Los Angeles architect Paul Danna, OJB created a campus with a relaxed Southern California atmosphere and resort-style amenities.
Sweeping pedestrian promenades define the function lawn and organize circulation between the two office towers, the expanded on-site parking structure and an additional parking structure across Executive Drive. A basketball court and putting green are located at the perimeter of the site; interior amenities include a dining terrace, a gravel court with a fire feature and lounge chairs, and a shaded plaza with a reflecting basin and movable furniture.
The landscape design contributes to the Net Zero certification by employing Low Impact Design strategies. Site grading directs runoff from the curb-less entry drive and parking areas into a linear bioswale that runs the length of the park. The planting design incorporates sweeping masses of jewel-toned succulents and drought tolerant grasses appropriate to the Southern California climate.