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A controversial bid to build 189 houses in the foothills of northern San Marcos won approval this week from the San Marcos City Council, but critics have vowed to keep fighting the project, saying it’s too much development for the untouched land. The so-called San Marcos Highlands community — approved by the council in a 4-1 vote Tuesday — is planned for a nearly 300-acre property at the northern end of Las Posas Road. Homes would be built on 50 acres, and the rest of the property would be set aside as permanent open space. About half the land is within the city limits and the other half is in the county’s unincorporated area.
READ MORE VIA Source: San Marcos OK’s 189-home project – The San Diego Union-Tribune
A 242-acre parcel in Rancho Santa Fe once slated for residential development was sold to the Escondido Creek Conservancy for $13 million for public open space.
READ MORE VIA Source: 242-Acre Rancho Santa Fe Property Sold for Open Space – Times of San Diego
The city of San Marcos still has room for large-scale projects, although the lack of redevelopment funds may make construction difficult.
Along with many projects, the 214-acre San Marcos’ Creek District Specific Plan was about to be implemented when the state of California eliminated redevelopment agencies in 2012.
While that financing vehicle is gone, city officials and developers are proceeding on the assumption the money will somehow be cobbled together.
Located along San Marcos Creek, between Discovery Street and San Marcos Boulevard, the plan calls for 2,300 residential dwelling units, 1,265,000 square feet of retail and as much as 589,000 square feet of office space.
READ MORE VIA Source: San Diego Source > News > San Marcos still has room for major developments