San Diego – 1,800-Unit Mixed-Use Development to Rise Where a Gravel Mine Once Stood

November 7, 2017 in | Comments (0)

The proposed 3roots San Diego is treading now familiar territory by attempting to appeal to Millennials.  Much more novel, however, is the project’s reclamation of a former mining pit.

“A 412-acre rock quarry in Mira Mesa, approved for reclamation in 1994, is being replanned to include a 25-acre community park instead of industrial development,” reports Roger Showley.

Lehigh Hanson, a subsidiary of Dallas-based Heidelberg Cement Group, is creating the plan for the 3roots San Diego development, which would include 1,800 units in a mixed-use and residential community responding to demand from the Millennial generation.

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