Donahue Schriber seeks community input on renovations for Del Mar Heights Village Shopping Center

Donahue Schriber has launched an online survey at to gather input from the community on the current amenities and to find out what other stores, eateries or services the public would like to see at Del Mar Heights Village in the future.

Responses will be collected until Oct. 19, 2012.“We are committed to providing our customers the best shopping experience possible,” said Elizabeth Schreiber, vice president and general manager for Donahue Schriber, owner and operator of the Del Mar Heights Village. “The information gathered through our online survey will help shape future plans for the Del Mar Heights Village.”

Donahue Schriber, owner and operator of the Del Mar Highlands Town Center in Carmel Valley, announced its acquisition of the Del Mar Heights Village property last month. The center is located on Del Mar Heights Road west of Interstate 5 in the City of Del Mar. Del Mar Heights Village will be managed by the same management team as the Del Mar Highlands Town Center.

The 107,846-square-foot property has 31 tenants, including Del Mar Wine Company, O’Brien’s Bakery, Navy Federal Credit Union and Frames Del Mar, as well as Vons and CVS, individually-owned anchor tenants.

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1 Comment for “Donahue Schriber seeks community input on renovations for Del Mar Heights Village Shopping Center”

  1. Mary Murrell

    I don’t know how you requested input from the community on your changes to the Del Ma Heights Village Shopping Center, now named a “cutsey” Beachside. Seriously?

    Anyway, I have lived in this community since 1972, before this shopping center was developed. I have never received any inquiries as to my desire about this shopping center, neither by solicitation nor by flyers to the local neighborhood. I have serious doubts as to your interests in the local community’s input or you would have made that attempt.

    That being said. I have grave concerns as to your intentions. I hope your intention is not to make this another Del Mar Highlands. I go there rarely. It’s a royal pain to deal with. This center DOES NOT NEED more restaurants!! I’m concerned that O’Briens is leaving and now Navy Federal Credit Union is leaving. I am a customer of both businesses. What’s next? The mom and pop stores located here? This is a nice neighborhood center and does not need “high end” chain stores or restaurants with higher rents. Yes, some of it could be improved, but I have a feeling that your intent is to make it something this neighborhood does not want or need. We don’t need more traffic generated on Del Mar Heights Rd. or Mango Dr.! This is a family neighborhood, don’t ruin it!!

    Thank you,


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