This image features a rendering with a preliminary design for Upper East Village development on the left, and a current photo looking north on 16th Street from E Street in San Diego on the right.

This image features a rendering with a preliminary design for Upper East Village development on the left, and a current photo looking north on 16th Street from E Street in San Diego on the right.

It could take 10 to 15 years or more to become reality, but developers have begun to envision the next new neighborhoods to take root in downtown San Diego’s Upper East Village...

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