Del Mar: Lawsuit filed against Flower Hill upgrade

The Citizens Against Flower Hill’s Excessive Expansion filed a lawsuit May 10 against the city of San Diego in an attempt to halt Flower Hill Promenade’s renovation plans. The upgrade is expected to begin next month.

The plans for refreshing the 30-year-old shopping center on Via de la Valle include replacing the existing UltraStar Cinemas with a Whole Foods, and adding on 29,000 square feet of new retail and boutique office space.

The Carmel Valley Community Planning Board recommended approval of the revitalization plan and San Diego City Council approved the project in April.
The opposition group has argued that the expansion plan is larger in size

Related posts:

  1. San Diego City Council approves Flower Hill Promenade upgrade
  2. San Diego City Council approves Flower Hill Promenade upgrade in unanimous vote
  3. Planning board supports Flower Hill renovation plan update
  4. Flower Hill Promenade project planners hope to break ground by mid-2011
  5. Calls continue for changes in Flower Hill renovation plan

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Posted by Staff on May 18, 2011. Filed under Carmel Valley, Del Mar, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Del Mar: Lawsuit filed against Flower Hill upgrade”

  1. Ray

    What a shocker a lawsuit in Del Mar against development or improvement !

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