Golden Hill

Future has arrived

Posted: November 4th, 2016 | Featured, Golden Hill, News, North Park | No Comments

North Park, Golden Hill CPUs reveal city’s vision By Ken Williams | Editor What will North Park and Golden Hill look like in 2035? Nobody knows for sure, but a vision of the future can be found in two Community Plan Updates (CPU) that the San Diego City Council unanimously approved on Oct. 25.

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How future growth will impact North Park, Golden Hill

Posted: June 17th, 2016 | Feature, Featured, Golden Hill, News, North Park | No Comments

By Ken Williams | Editor More traffic. More congestion. More noise. And worsening air quality. That is the environmental determination by the city’s Planning Department for North Park and Golden Hill in the next 20 years. The cautionary warning can be found in the draft Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) prepared in connection with the North Park and Golden Hill Community Plan updates. The PEIR is required by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

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Saving the Golden Hill Fountain Grotto

Posted: January 15th, 2016 | Columns, Communities, Golden Hill, PastMatters, Top Story | 6 Comments

By Katherine Hon | Past Matters

There’s an old riddle: When is a door not a door? The answer — when it’s ajar. Here is a local variation: When is a fire pit not a fire pit? The answer — when it’s a fountain. If you are thinking that’s not funny, many Golden Hill residents and members of the historic preservation community would agree with you.

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25th Street project is done, but some say city ‘missed an opportunity’

Posted: September 11th, 2015 | Communities, Golden Hill, News, Top Story | 2 Comments

By Dave Schwab

Some Golden Hill residents, while pleased that infrastructure and pedestrian improvements on 25th Street are now complete, are insisting the work didn’t go far enough.

The nearly $3 million project replaced an old water main, as well as installed new pedestrian, bike and roadway amenities and features, such as reverse-angle parking.

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Exploring the history, neighborhood charm of South Park and Golden Hill

By Marsha Smelkinson It started 17 years ago as a small block party with exhibit booths on Beech Street in what was known then as part of Golden Hill. Today, the Old House Fair is a signature event for South Park, where a neighborhood has built its identity around the historic charm of its streets lined with early 20th-century homes.

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Uptown Food Briefs – October 24

By Frank Sabatini Jr. Hillcrest has seen a mini wave of kitchens go dark in the past few weeks, which included the sudden but supposedly temporary closure of Harvey Milk’s American Diner at 535 University Ave. According to managing partner Frank Lechner, the restaurant’s shareholders are currently deciding whether to re-launch under the same name or a different one.

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Going local in Golden Hill

More bands, more food & more fun set for 2013 Street Fair By Margie M. Palmer | SDUN Reporter The second Golden Hill Street Fair will be kicking off this Sunday, Oct. 13 at 10:30 a.m. and organizers are estimating upward of 30,000 people will come out to 25th Street between B and C streets to hang with friends, enjoy good music and bask in the unique culture that this relatively undiscovered, up-and-coming neighborhood has […]

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