Visitors of Adams Avenue, one of Uptown’s mainstay hubs, have likely noticed the trees lining the bustling sidewalk in Kensington.Read More
Hillcrest Business Association conducted its annual meeting on Oct. 10 at The Offices of M. Roland and Associations, on the top floor of the Mr. Robinson building on the corner of Park Boulevard and Robinson Avenue.
Guests sipped wine or cocktails and sampled sliders at the mixer-style meeting that was open to the public. HBA executive director Benjamin Nicholls shared the annual report, and elections were held for seven seats on the HBA board of directors as well as a seat on the Uptown Community Parking District board.Read More
Once you leave the western edge of Balboa Park and cross Sixth Street, you’ve entered into an area of Uptown often hurried over hastily. Frequently mislabeled as southern Hillcrest, Northern Downtown — or the area connecting the two — Bankers Hill (or Park West) is a clean, development-friendly corridor seeking to forge an identity of its own.Read More
As stated in the last issue, North Park is big, active and well organized. That’s because of all the big, active organizations in North Park. To do them justice, the installment on the area’s community organizations comes in two parts. The first, which published on May 9, focused on the area’s land use organizations: the area’s community planning group and its maintenance assessment district. In this issue, the organizations representing businesses and their neighboring residents […]Read More
Driving into Kensington and Talmadge for the first time can catch you off guard. Plopped in the middle of City Heights, North Park, Mission Valley and Normal Heights, the area can have a Twilight Zone effect in its resemblance to a quaint small town right in the center of San Diego.Read More