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Here are a few of the dozen or so tips that you’ve sent in about remodel/construction projects that seem stuck in your neighborhoods after I wrote yesterday about this stalled Point Loma house. (I added some details this morning in this post.)
I haven’t had a chance to check these out in person, but please share a comment if you know what’s going on with them.
- Here’s one on Panorama Drive.
Reader T. Waymire passed this along and said the house has been in a state of remodel for at least five years, but “there is virtually never any work being done.”
You can see the unfinished stone short wall, the city issued hazard barricade on the broken up sidewalk, the unfinished paint on the wooden parts of the front of the house, etc. You cant miss it!
- Another reader pointed out this hillside house near the intersection of Canon Street and Valemont in Point Loma, owned by architect Tom Grondona.
(Check out page four on this San Diego architecture booklet for a blurb on this project.)
- And another Point Loma spot, this one on Carleton Street near Plum Street.
- An uptown reader reminded me that Biarritz, a would-be condo development by Mayfair Homes near Balboa Park at 6th Avenue and Redwood Street, has been stalled for a few years.
- Here’s another seemingly stalled condo project, at Georgia Street and Polk Avenue, that a reader thinks has been stalled for possibly two years.
Know of others? Or have insight on these ones? Please, leave a comment.
— KELLY BENNETT