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Plaza de Panama Project - ApprovedIs it a good plan or not? Over the past few months, Balboa Park in Downtown San Diego, has been undergoing debate on whether or not the new plan to get rid of the cars inside the museum area to make it more pedestrian friendly was going to happen or not.

This 33 million dollar plan that Irwin Jacobs (co-founder of Qualcomm) proposed have passed. The plan will divert traffic around the historical Plaza de Panama and into a new parking structure to keep traffic at a minimum.

As a Downtown San Diego Condo home owner and as a frequent visitor to the park…I think it would be a great idea to replace the cars, roadways and parking spaces that currently area a part of the parks inner core with landscaping, trees and pedestrian-friendly gathering places.

For more information about this project click on Balboa Park and to read 92101 Urban Living’s former blogs click on Balboa Park in Downtown San Diego might become more pedestrian friendly. ')}