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Back in Motion for its 250th anniversary, San Diego gets an update

08/05/19 – The Architect’s Newspaper: Back in Motion For its 250th anniversary, San Diego gets an update

As it celebrates the 250th anniversary of its founding this year, San Diego is rethinking past projects, planning billions of dollars’ worth of new projects, and coping with a housing shortage that is making it one of the nation’s least affordable markets.

The most significant project on the boards is the redevelopment planned for Horton Plaza shopping center, a 1985 postmodernist downtown mall designed by Jon Jerde. But there are many other megaprojects under construction or in the offing throughout this county of 3.3 million residents…Read More>

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El Capitan High School to open new event complex

11/20/2019 – The Daily Transcript: El Capitan High School to open new event complex Students at Lakeside’s El Capitan High School will have access to a new multi-functional performing arts center this week, following a ribbon-cutting event Wednesday. Developed for roughly $11 million, the two-building complex comprises 16,000 square feet of floor area and contains …read more

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AGC Awards Highlight Noteworthy Projects

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