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Featured Listing - Park Row #18 For Rent in the Marina District

02/23/2017 Pete Thistle Contact Pete Thistle.


Park Row #18 For Rent - This home has a one-of-a-kind floor plan. It is on two levels with 1,269 square feet of living space spread out over a 2+loft floor plan on the top floor of the two-story building. There is a good size south facing balcony overlooking the G Street corridor. This home is located at the south west corner of the Park Row community and has direct access out to G Street and... Read More »

Jonathan Segal’s 320 West Cedar Project

02/06/2017 Pete Thistle Contact Pete Thistle.


Architect Jonathan Segal applied to Civic San Diego back in September of 2016 for approval to build an all studio apartment complex at 320 W Cedar Street in Downtown San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood. The building start was at this time set for February 2017. Now, the Civic San Diego Board of Directors, have recommended for the Planning Commission to approve the project for construction... Read More »

The Chargers to Move to Los Angeles

01/30/2017 Pete Thistle Contact Pete Thistle.


The decision about where the Chargers should find their new home is finally here. Years of debate, back and forth, the new home will be Los Angeles.  The owner of the Chargers, Dean Spanos, decision on January 12th, 2017 to play the NFL 2017 as the Los Angeles Chargers was a hard one, especially when San Diego has been its home for the last 56 years.  In Spanos announcement, he menti... Read More »

Full Block East Village Project Approved

01/23/2017 Pete Thistle Contact Pete Thistle.


According to a recent San Diego Union Tribune article “Park & Market, UCSD project approved” the long sought out after development Park and Market project has reached final approval. The Park and Market project includes a mixed use, mixed income and a full block project located on the Park Boulevard and Market Street site (Park, Market, G and 11th) in the East Village neighborhood... Read More »

San Diego Charger Stadium Votes

01/16/2017 Pete Thistle Contact Pete Thistle.


According to a San Diego Union Tribune’s recent article “Stadium Measures Lose Badly” the establishment of a possible combined Downtown San Diego Convention Center annex and a Chargers Stadium in the East Village neighborhood did not receive enough votes.  The Charger team may decide to look for other local options such as Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley but might have ... Read More »