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Boulevard News – August 2016

   Launching a Cross Border Barrios Hermanos Exchange Bridging Food Culture Between Vibrant Hubs in Tijuana and The Boulevard Barrios Hermanos, a movement celebrating like-minded urban neighborhoods who value art, culture and vibrant business communities, bridges together ‘barrios’ on both sides of the border to resurge their bording...

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Greetings Mural #30ECB

“Greetings from San Diego”  #30ECB Postcard Mural Artist, Victor Ving, and photographer, Lisa Beggs, are on a cross-country road trip in a RV creating interactive murals that will become future landmarks. The ‘Greetings Tour’ seeks to create public art that will capture the pride of local residents for...

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Complete Boulevard Planning Study – August 23

Complete Boulevard Planning Study Tuesday, August 23 at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Join us to learn about and select preferred improvements for El Cajon Blvd, such as: crosswalks, bicycling, branding, landscaping, walking, parking and transit. Your input is crucial to the design of this important...

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BLVD Market – August 16th

Enjoy our lively, open-air BLVD Market in North Park, showcasing some of San Diego’s most creative, up-and-coming chefs, along with a Street Cocktail Lounge serving Old Harbor specialty cocktails and craft beer by The Homebrewer and Tiger!Tiger! The Boulevard is very proud to be part of...

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The BLVD Mixed-Use Development

"The BLVD" at the corner of Florida Street will accommodate 165 units of one- and two-bedroom apartments, including four live-work living spaces, and two anchor ground floor commercial spaces most likely to be food and beverage focused, along with innovative designs for activating public space. This...

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Alabama Street Parklet

The first parklet project to be funded by the MCCPD is located on Alabama Street in front of Mama’s Lebanese Bakery and the Live Wire. The design includes landscaping, seating and bike amenities that will be both functional and engaging for the community. Parklets incorporate...

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Boulevard News – July 2016

S&S Candy Historic Spotlight At the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, Dominick Selerno and step-son Earl F. Smith of S&S Candy were set-up inside the German Village, selling a delicious range of handmade chocolates, including what they believe to be the first ever chocolate pretzels.  Over the...

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Bike Corrals

The MCCPD facilitated the installation of bike corrals in the district. Updates: July 26, 2012- City crews installed the first bike corral in the district on Louisiana St, adjacent to the Lafayette Hotel. The racks were purchased with Mid-City Community Parking funds and the installation was...

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