Category Archives: New Communities

Chula Vista University

Cula Vista University Final

Where:

City of Chula Vista – Southeast Boundary

Description:

The concept of locating a four-year university in Chula Vista was introduced back in 1993, when the Otay Ranch General Development Plan was adopted. Land acquisition got underway in 2007 when 230 acres, some of it open space, were transferred to the City by developers Brookfield Shea and the EastLake Company. In April 2008, another 50 acres were acquired from the Otay Land Company. On May 20, 2008, Councilmembers unanimously approved the transfer of 160 acres from JPB Development to the City of Chula Vista. That transfer brought the total acreage for the University Park and Research Center site to approximately 375 acres. Continue reading

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Millenia

Millenia

Where:

City of Chula Vista

Description:

The concept is The Corky McMillin Companies’ new town, designed to be the epicenter of the award-winning 23,000-acre Otay Ranch community. Millenia is a 210-acre mixed-use community described by McMillin as a “smart, energy-efficient, pedestrian-oriented, well-planned community.” Continue reading

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Paradise Village

Paradise Village

Where:

National City – 2700 East 4th Street

Description:

Paradise Village is a retirement community for residents 55 and older on a property adjacent to Paradise Valley Hospital. The development includes a total of 497 residential units for over 600 residents, including one building for assisted living residents and six buildings for independent living residents. Continue reading

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Westside Infill Transit Oriented Development Project (WI-TOD)

WI-TOD

Where:

City of National City – south of 19th Street, west of Hoover Avenue, north of 22nd Street, and east of Harding Avenue

Description:

The Westside Infill Transit Oriented Development project, also known as the Paradise Creek Affordable Housing project, is a proposed 201-unit affordable housing development on the east side of Paradise Creek, and the expansion and improvement of Paradise Creek Educational Park on the west side of the creek. Continue reading

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