The Enterprise Building is a beautiful, historic, art deco-styled building located in the heart of downtown San Bernardino. This 70,000 square foot building is centrally located in the city’s business district and offers retail, office, and event space.theenterprisebuilding.business.site/@company
Countywide Vision Statement
We envision a complete county that capitalizes on the diversity of its people, its geography, and its economy to create a broad range of choices for its residents in how they live, work, and play.
We envision a vibrant economy with a skilled workforce that attracts employers who seize the opportunities presented by the county's unique advantages and provide the jobs that create countywide prosperity.
We envision a sustainable system of high-quality education, community health, public safety, housing, retail, recreation, arts and culture, and infrastructure, in which development complements our natural resources and environment.
We envision a model community which is governed in an open and ethical manner, where great ideas are replicated and brought to scale, and all sectors work collaboratively to reach shared goals.
From our valleys, across our mountains, and into our deserts, we envision a county that is a destination for visitors and a home for anyone seeking a sense of community and the best life has to offer.
The City of San Bernardino is a community rich in history and cultural diversity. Influences of Native Americans, Mexican settlers, Spanish missionaries and Mormon emigrants can still be seen throughout the City today. From the day in 1810 when Franciscan missionary Father Dumetz named the area San Bernardino to the present, San Bernardino – nestled south of the San Bernardino Mountains and west of the lower desert – has been recognized for its scenic beauty and strategic location. Today, the City of San Bernardino serves as the county seat and is the largest city in the County of San Bernardino with a population of over 213,000.www.ci.san-bernardino.ca.us/default.asp@company
A Joint Venture Between Two Triple-Bottom-Line Developers
The transformative economic revitalization of Downtown San Bernardino, through the co-creation of a shared vision, relies upon collaborative partnership between the CITY, COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS and MASTER DEVELOPER, and a commitment to place PROCESS Before PLAN. All too often, the unveiling of a Plan prior to the introduction of the Process leads to community opposition that can result in the premature derailment of even a well-conceived project. Conversely, the PROCESS Before PLAN approach enables the San Bernardino community, including private property owners, to participate in the vital role of co-authorship through their early involvement in the Process which would result in the co-creation of the Plan. PROCESS Before PLAN allows for the return of the “Art of Listening,” which is essential to RDICO’s Triple-Bottom-Line development approach. The City’s commitment to a PROCESS Before PLAN approach through the selection of RDICO as the Master Developer, and RDICO’s unique qualifications and experience to lead a collaborative and holistic Process, will expedite San Bernardino’s implementation of comprehensive downtown revitalization that is economically viable, vibrant, and pedestrian-friendly.
RDICO provides a Master Development program that fast-tracks comprehensive investment for an inspiring community-driven vision.
RDICO is committed to addressing some of the most pressing issues facing the nation today. Disinvested communities, suburban sprawl, lack of housing options, unemployment and rising levels of poverty are some of America’s most urgent socio-economic challenges that our team focuses on daily through the work we do.
RDICO’s holistic and comprehensive approach to social impact real estate development provides structural solutions that are uniquely tailored to communities with the highest need. Our impact-driven real estate model can help to respond to these critical needs.