Through our sister blog ‘funkitimes‘ we have been explaining the entitlement process for our multi-family condominium project called Altair – located on the bluffs of Windansea Beach in San Diego, CA. This project was initially designed in 2008 & submitted to the City of San Diego in 2009.
For a project such as this which sits directly along the California coastline, the final phase of approval (even after the City of San Diego approval) is to go through a review process by the California Coastal Commission. This process was closed yesterday & we are delighted to say that we did not receive a single letter of objection during any phase of this projects approval!
This project has now been embraced & approved by the La Jolla Community, the City of San Diego & the California Coastal Commission – which makes us feel pretty good about the design.
Where does it go from here you ask? The next phase is to start drawing the construction documents & submit for the Building Permit approval…at which point it will be ready to build!
Finally – thank you to the whole team for continued efforts to collaborate with City staff & our team as we navigated the many reviews, issues & presentations. This team includes:
- Matthew Cumming
- Dan Stricker – City of San Diego Project Manager
- Diane Murbach – City of San Diego Project Manager @ www.sandiego.gov
- Billy Church – City of San Diego Senior Planner @ www.sandiego.gov
- David McCullough – McCullough Landscape Architects @ www.mlasd.com
- Bill Snipes – Snipes Dye Associates Civil Engineering @ www.snipesdye.com
- Kevin Dougherty – SeaSide Realty Group in PB @ www.kevindougherty.com