Location 2018-05-03T04:40:05+00:00

Strategic Location

The U.S. – Mexico Business Park, located in Chula Vista, California is the heart of the North American Free Trade Zone and Cali Baja Mega-Region, a globally unique bi-national location which offers the most competitive business platform in North America. Global businesses will benefit by leveraging complementary resources, capabilities and direct access to pacific rim countries.

Not only is the park the only mega-scale campus opportunity available in the Cali Baja Mega Region, it is only a 15  minute drive to the international border, a 20 minute drive to Downtown San Diego and a 30 minute drive to the other major business markets. This exclusive location offers huge potential for economic advantage in real estate solutions, while offering all the sought after lifestyle opportunities of America’s finest city.


The U.S. – Mexico Business Park is located within Millenia/Otay Ranch of Chula Vista, off the Birch Road exit of the South Bay Expressway (SR 125). This provides easy ingress/egress for convenient access and excellent visibility for building signage.

Drive Times From the U.S. – Mexico Business Park During Peak Traffic Hours

  • 15 min – Otay Mesa Port of Entry
  • 18 min – Chula Vista Bayfront & Convention Center
  • 20 min – San Ysidro Port of Entry
  • 22 min – Downtown San Diego
  • 22 min – Coronado Island
  • 25 min – Downtown Tijuana
  • 31 min – La Jolla
  • 60 min – Orange County
  • 120 min – Downtown Los Angeles

The U.S. – Mexico Business Park is conveniently located near 3 airports:

  • 10 min – Brown Field Municipal and Freight Airport
  • 14 min – Tijuana International Airport Cross Border Xpress
  • 25 min – San Diego International Airport

Tijuana International Airport /Cross Border Xpress flights:

  • 3 hr 33 mins – Mexico City
  • 2 hr 55 mins – Guadalajara
  • 2 hr 50 mins – Monterrey
  • 2 hr 14 mins – Los Cabos

Reverse Commute
Only 31 minutes from La Jolla UTC to the Park

Autonomous Shuttle
proposed throughout Millenia community

South Bay Rapid Transit Route
from Downtown to Millenia/Otay Mesa port of entry

Smart City

The City of Chula Vista is leading the international smart city movement with state-of-the-art technology and communications systems that make Chula Vista an ideal place to live and do business.  Some of these advantages are:

Gigabit levels of service

The City’s telecommunications providers have built fiber optic networks throughout the city, offering business users access to high-speed service up to 10 Gbps. The City is working with internet service providers (ISPs) to expand fiber to businesses and homes.

Work in a high-tech cluster

Chula Vista is attracting significant interest from high-tech employers. A recent study found Chula Vista is the prime location for companies engaged in information and communication technology, clean technology, health, wellness and sports medicine, headquarters and administration, advance manufacturing, education and innovation. Opportunities include:

  • Local roads formally designated for autonomous vehicle testing by the U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Unprecedented energy technology and communications infrastructure planned at the 550-acre Bayfront redevelopment project
  • 375 acres of city-owned land dedicated for a future University and Innovation District, with 2.2 million square feet set aside for private companies to co-locate near academic researchers

Live happier

Chula Vista’s smart city initiatives will make the city a more desirable place for employees to live, improving companies abilities to recruit and retain talent. With improved traffic flow, better internet and cellular service, faster emergency response times, and a more responsive city government, Chula Vista’s appeal to potential employees continues to grow.

A New Urban Hub

The U.S.-Mexico Business Park is strategically located within the Millenia Master Plan in Eastern Chula Vista which has major construction in multiple districts under way. Millenia will be a vibrant walkable community anchored by food, retail, public parks, hospitality, business, and housing.

Millenia is planned for:

  • Up to 3,000 multi-family residences
  • 8 million square feet of Class A office space
  • 1.5 million square feet of retail, hospitality, civic and mixed-use projects
  • Six themed urban parks and a variety of tree-lined promenades, casual gathering places, bikeways, and plazas.
  • Population at build out will be approximately 7,500.