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Events 2018

Broadstone North Park

Carlee Carpio, Development Manager for Alliance Residential, led a group of community members, including representatives from the El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association, North Park Community Planning Group, and staff from Councilmember Ward's office, on a tour the newly-constructed Broadstone North Park. The development includes a...

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Placemaking Permit

With past projects, such as POPUP15, Fair @ 44, and Take Back The Alley, The Boulevard has a history of implementing Placemaking projects. We have been working with the City of San Diego to adopt a formal process to implement these projects and that day...

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Boulevard News – July 2018

Soul Flow Studio Erin Bowman always considered herself an artist who was fortunate to be well-supported and inspired by her creative parents. Her father was an architect who loved to draw and appreciated historic buildings.  Her mother practiced drawing, painting and crafting on a regular basis, and...

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Boulevard Business Spotlight Series

The Boulevard Business Spotlight is a series of interviews by realtor Vinnie Enriquez of local business owners and operators providing a unique opportunity to learn more about their businesses and connection to El Cajon Boulevard, which bridges a mosaic of San Diego’s oldest, densest and most interesting...

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Street Food Fridays!

FRIDAY, July 27th Fairat44 - International Food & Craft Market  4350 El Cajon Blvd at 44th Street Street Food Fridays, where vendors come together to provide residents and foodies with exquisite food from far and beyond! Grab on to your seat and be prepared for fun family nights including...

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Boulevard News – June 2018

Small Businesses Look Towards The Boulevard for a Place to Call Home Taking a chance on new business ideas is increasingly out of reach for entrepreneurs in many of San Diego’s urban hubs. The Boulevard tells a different story, where property owners work with unique startups...

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Boulevard News – May 2018

Sin Lee As Vietnamese began settling in San Diego, an expansion of culture emerged.  As an immigrant, being an entrepreneur is a key element of making a living in a new country.  As new enterprises began to launch, ones that were unfamiliar to regular city standards...

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