The Silver Street townhome project received some good news this month. La Jolla Light reported that the San Diego Planning Commission voted to deviate from the La Jolla Planned District Ordinance that requires retail space to occupy a percentage of the ground floor.
The area where Silver Street Village Homes would be constructed is in a zone designated for community serving offices and retail establishments with no residential uses within the front 50 percent of the lot. The La Jolla Planned District Ordinance intended for this space to provide a transition zone to the multi-family residential areas in the west.
The requirement to have 50 percent retail storefront space in the zone has been raising issues for businesses in the area as retail…
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