Not long ago, the future was looking pretty dire for the Hotel Churchill in downtown San Diego (9th & C).[Read More…]
The Salk Institute is an other-worldly place as I had seen it on posters and calendars for many years before[Read More…]
An invitation was emailed last week for a ground breaking ceremony to be held on Wednesday Oct. 8, at 10:00[Read More…]
For the last half century, cities have attempted to repair the damage to their urban cores from migration to suburbs[Read More…]
TR Produce Creative Space Proposal Another Example of City Council’s Folly in Approving Demolition of Other Creative Space.
The long vacant ground floor of the TR Produce Building (888 J Street) may finally receive an occupant under a[Read More…]
The Gaslamp Quarter Association (GQA) board of directors has decided to rid itself of its Land Use Planning Committee (LUP).[Read More…]
Walk San Diego rated La Mesa as 2013’s most walkable city in San Diego County. The number one reason for[Read More…]
The Little Italy Association voted unanimously on Tuesday to support the concept of restoring a historic streetcar line in the district.[Read More…]
San Diego’s Mayoral Candidates on Walkable Neighborhoods: Walking the Walk or only Talking the Talk?
“Walkable neighborhoods” and “liveable streets” are terms that are receiving a lot of play these days. San Diego’s special mayoral election[Read More…]
Things are looking up for the historic Hotel Churchill on “C” St. & 9th Ave. in downtown San Diego.