San Diego – the Cedar Gateway project was recently completed in the Cortez Hill neighborhood. The six story 65 unit residential apartment building is located at 1620 Sixth Avenue on the block bounded by 5th and 6th Avenues, Cedar Street and I-5. It is an affordable housing project with 23 one bedroom apartments set aside for people with special needs who will receive supportive services. Additionally, these units are reserved for households making less than 25% of area medium income (AMI).Continue Reading Cedar Gateway Apartments Completed in Downtown’s Cortez Neighborhood
Can building freeway caps be made economically feasible? Can they be made to pay for themselves or at least defray a significant part of the cost through public private partnerships or selling development rights? What is a freeway cap?Continue Reading Are Freeway Caps Feasible?
California Gov. Jerry Brown contends that a proposed high-speed rail project won’t come with the reported $100 billion price tag that has garnered the effort criticism.Continue Reading Gov. Brown Revamping Bullet Train Project to Cut Costs
California – Governor Brown signed into law yesterday legislation fast tracking big project environmental review. Big projects, referred to as “Leadership Projects” by the law, are projects worth more than $100 million and that meet certain environmental andContinue Reading Gov. Brown Streamlines Large Project Environmental Litigation