Community Outreach Meeting to discuss 16-Acre Del Mar parcel set for Aug. 30

The Robert Green Company and Zephyr will hold a community outreach workshop on Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 6 p.m. to present plans for the parcel overlooking North Beach in Del Mar at Camino Del Mar and Border Avenue, as a part of the Community Participation Program. This community outreach workshop will be held at Powerhouse Park on Coast Blvd. in Del Mar, and area residents are invited to attend the event to meet with developers, architects, planning experts and others to see design concepts and provide input.

This community outreach meeting follows the first CPP meeting, held over two days on May 6 and May 13, where residents met the project team, learned about the site and provided feedback and input on the project’s design, amenities and more.

Encinitas-based developers The Robert Green Company and Zephyr are acquiring the land – consisting of seven parcels – after negotiating a long-term purchase agreement with three separate owners. The 16-acre stretch of oceanfront land on the bluffs above North Beach (also known as Dog Beach) has been restricted from public access for the last 100 years.

The site is adjacent to city-owned land spanning four acres of walking paths – starting at North Beach and ending at a point overlooking North Beach, River Mount and the Del Mar Racetrack.

“We’re focused on creating something that melds into the landscape and scale of the community,” said Brad Termini, Zephyr CEO. “As we continue this process, our intent is to maximize all opportunities for the community to enjoy this incredible space by sharing our design concepts and eliciting important local input.” The group’s proposal is for a resort, branded resort villas, restaurants and meeting space, along with a public access park and walking trails.

During the meeting, project team members will present concepts that showcase proposed architectural designs and public amenities under consideration – including walking trails, a park, improved access to North Beach and public parking. The Robert Green Company and Zephyr principals, Robert Green and Brad Termini, will be available to hear ideas and talk about the community impacts.

Public parking is available. For more information, visit thedelmarresort.com.

Residents who cannot attend community meetings are invited to share their comments by emailing feedback@thedelmarresort.com. For more information about Robert Green Company, visit therobertgreencompany.com and for Zephyr, visit builtbyzephyr.com

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