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New Urban Tree has been Planted at the Embarcadero in Downtown San Diego!

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle|February 2010 with 0 Comments

The current exhibition, Urban Trees 6, at the Embarcadero in Downtown San Diego has about 30 original sculptural works of public art by different artists.

The new contribution “Mini the Mermaid” a 12 foot tall sculpture fashioned of welded steel sheets seemingly floated amidst strands of giant kelp on Broadway and Harbor Drive in the Columbia District. It is facing East, welcoming the ongoing traffic on the grass lawn at the west end of Harbor Island, between Tom Ham’s Lighthouse restaurant and Harbor Island West Marina. To read more about the exhibition please click on Port of San Diego.

To read 92101 Urban Living’s former blogs click on San Diego Urban Trees and North Embarcadero is Blooming with the New Urban Trees 6 Exhibit in Downtown San Diego!.