With a county supervisor forced to avoid a vote and an ominous Supreme Court ruling threatening the Valley Center project, developers turn to voters.
La Colonia de Eden Gardens, a neighborhood in Solana Beach, has preserved its distinct character since it was founded in the 1920s by Mexican farmworkers. Developers have long left the neighborhood alone, but now they’re starting to come calling.
The mayor said he was putting a Convention Center plan on the ballot. If he aims for June ballot, it would kill a downtown stadium idea in coming weeks.
VOSD’s Maya Srikrishnan and NBC 7 San Diego’s Monica Dean dive in to a new trend in affordable housing in this week’s San Diego Explained.
At least three projects near Otay Lake are planned for an area where there are strong populations of a rare butterfly.
Even as the urban neighborhood has become a sort-of template for city planners, it’s still facing some of the usual tensions as it tries to map out its development future. The dispute is a reminder for the city that cutting greenhouse emissions in half is harder than simply announcing it wants to.
City officials approved a developer’s request to end a loan agreement that required a prime commercial space in the East Village be rented to an arts organization at a significantly reduced price through 2027.
San Diego officials are practically begging Dean Spanos to demand more concessions from them. He has a ticket to the newest, best football stadium ever built in the second largest market in the country and an extra $100 million to make a deal here.
Several major developments in the coastal town are either slated to start construction soon or awaiting final approval. One of the most surprising elements of the development wave: The projects have met very little public opposition.
Here are the major questions that arose from the anti-climatic, incomplete resolution of the drama of the Chargers’ bid to move to Los Angeles.