Monday, January 29, 2018 / by Sean Zanganeh
The future of Del Sur is now taking shape as grading is under way for the next phase of construction at the San Diego master-planned community.
Some 80 acres of the community between interstates 5 and 15 are being groomed to make way for new residences, an active adult neighborhood, two parks, a Poway Unified School District school site, a town center and additional open space and trails.
“With one third of Del Sur completed, we are getting ready for the next phase,” said Bill Ostrem, president and CEO of Black Mountain Ranch, LLC, developers of the community located north of state Route 56, just east of Fairbanks Ranch. “A continuation of what Del Sur has provided to date, our emphasis will be on quality community amenities, San Diego-inspired architecture and sustainable building practices.”
Del Sur’s next phase of residential construction will accommodate 300 homes in a range of options, including attached homes and large lot estate homes, often with views. An active adult neighborhood of 300 residences also is planned.
The community’s town center is expected to move forward within the next few years. Located at the northeast portion of existing Del Sur neighborhoods, with easy access from Camino Del Sur, the town center is expected to offer 500,000 square feet of office space and 225,000 square feet of retail.
Del Sur’s final school site, 20 acres near Del Norte High School, is now being graded as well. Poway Unified School District will determine timing and type of school, depending on the needs of the community.
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