60-foot height limit, Seisel's, Poseidon Project, Coastal Trailer Villa, trashcans destroyed
- That balloon marks 60' - the height where San Diego's planners and developers want to build.
- "I am against high density,” says Johnson. “I think it’s wrong. I'm very unhappy with the way that this is going. We don't need more people [here]. That's what I want to see,” she says, pointing from her balcony, “the water on Mission Bay, not the back of large buildings."
- By Mike Madriaga, Nov. 13, 2014 Read full article
- "We fended it off in our neighborhood but the city is still willing to let developers go 60 feet or higher from Friars Road to Tecolote Canyon," he said. "They're not gone, they're just waiting for another chance."
- By Marty Graham, July 23, 2015 Read full article
- Any time I find myself in Bay Park during business hours, I wind up wandering into Siesel’s Meats. The place is basically a high-end butcher shop with a gourmet market and full-service deli built around it. A foodie with a fresh paycheck can spend hours strolling the aisles and discovering imported and regional specialties,
- By Ian Anderson, Dec. 13, 2015 Read full article
- The Poseidon Project opened Thanksgiving week, transforming a onetime spin studio into a stylish eight-tap bar with a curated assortment of bottles and cans. The packaged beer, wine, and cider may be consumed in-house sans corkage fee.
- By Ian Anderson, Dec.15, 2015 Read full article
- Bay Park was around long before there was any movement in Clairemont. Bay Park has history going back to 1877. Clairemont wasn't developed until the 1950s. Ocean Beach lives next door to the much larger Point Loma community yet retains its own community status; Bay Park just wants that same recognition."
- By Julie Stalmer, March 21, 2016 Read full article
- The area of warehouses and big box stores west of Morena and east of the trolley tracks, from is about to get a make-over into residential and mixed use real estate, thanks in part to the land's proximity to the new trolley line from downtown to University City.
- By Julie Stalmer, May 2, 2017 Read full article
- Building height, parking spaces and traffic flow are issues that commonly arise with residents in this area directly above Mission Bay Park. Finch said, “Building height will not exceed the community’s 30-foot limit. A traffic study has been prepared and is being reviewed by the City of San Diego.”
- By Julie Stalmer, March 13, 2017 Read full article
- I saw a trash truck speeding down Burgener Boulevard but wasn't able to catch up to it. I followed one that turned onto July Street. From afar, it appeared rough and tumble as the cans were lifted and set down with the automated arm, though no cans were damaged or left out of place in the twenty to thirty minutes I observed."
- Julie Stalmer, June 26, 2018 Read full article
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