Preliminary designs show a potential transformation of East Village warehouse properties, owned by the Navarra family, into a new district centered around arts and design-oriented businesses.

Preliminary designs show a potential transformation of East Village warehouse properties, owned by the Navarra family, into a new district centered around arts and design-oriented businesses.

The economy permitting, efforts to turn San Diego’s Upper East Village into a design-focused business district, potentially bringing thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in new construction to the downtown neighborhood, could be moving from visioning to development in coming months...

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