Developer Mike Turk specializes in infill projects, including the series of homes he built on a former Copley estate in La Jolla. The site originally had four cottages, but he knocked them down and built 14 houses.

Developer Mike Turk specializes in infill projects, including the series of homes he built on a former Copley estate in La Jolla. The site originally had four cottages, but he knocked them down and built 14 houses. Photo by KD Development Inc.

With looming water cuts from state agencies, San Diegans should take another look at building homes in vacant or underused areas inside existing neighborhoods to significantly cut down on home water consumption, nonprofit Circulate San Diego said this month...

Take 1 minute to subscribe and you'll get this story immediately, plus:

Already a subscriber? Sign in

  • 52 weekly issues
  • Subscriber-only digital content every business day, plus full access to SDBJ.com archives
  • Book of Lists — the most comprehensive business resource in San Diego
  • San Diego 500 — influential business leaders you need to know
Yours for only $129