According to SignOnSanDiego.com, “Officials have approved the first phase of a plan for redesigned streets, landscaping, lighting and public amenities along North Harbor Drive. The first phase is expected to cost $28 million, with the overall plan costing $200 million.” For the full story, read Jeanette Steele’s San Diego Union Tribune article written on October 6th, 2008 by clicking on “Bayfront face-lift concept takes wing.”
The picture above is a bird’s-eye virtual view seen from the bay. Jacarandas and towering palms will be the visual focal points of the first phase of the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan.
Check out other virtual pictures of Downtown San Diego’s future waterfront by clicking here.
See where all the architectural elements will be located along Harbor Drive by clicking here.
Gotta love public commentary! It seems that the court of public opinion is not so positive about some of the architectural design elements. What do you think? Check out other people’s thoughts on SignOnSanDiego’s website by clicking here. Then click on the photo next to the existing commentary, scroll to the bottom, and write your own!
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