Last week The Daily Transcript published a great article about our mixed-use Cedros project.

The article explains, “SGPA senior designer Hilary Backman said the approach for the design was to create a building that reflected both the laid-back surf culture of Solana Beach with the industrial history of Cedros Avenue, without disrupting the architectural aesthetic found in the district.”

“The project will contain around 8,000 square feet of second-story office space, nearly 5,000 square feet of retail space and a 3,200-square-foot restaurant on the ground floor. With six two-bedroom apartments and two one-bedroom units, the building will contain eight individually-designed residences ranging in size from 970 to 1,640 square feet.”

“This is something that is unique to the community but really needed, which is a project that has restaurant, retail, office and residential space all in one project,” Robinson said. “I think that type of mixed-use is going to be received really well in Solana Beach.”

Read more of the article, here.

 

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