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Waterfront Park Project in the Columbia District – Ready to Start

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle|February 2011|Video with 0 Comments


The first step to build the new $44 million Waterfront Park in the Columia District in Downtown San Diego would be to tear town the Askew building…and the board of supervisors at the San Diego County Administration building unanimously approved this a short while ago.

The conversion of the parking lots right next to Pacific Highway, Harbor Drive, Ash and Grape Street into a park would include a 25-foot-wide water feature extending a total of about 600 feet. It has taken about 103 years to get this going but soon enough if everything goes according to plan…we will see this beautiful park by the end of 2013.

To read 92101 Urban Living’s former blog about this project click on New Waterfront Park in Downtown San Diego- Ruocco Park – Located North of Seaport Village. ')}