Although patrons initially recoiled from sticker shock, the market continues to grind it out and some tenants are thriving.
The project joins the ranks of other LEED Platinum buildings in Santa Barbara including the Victoria Garden Mews home built by Allen Construction and UC Santa Barbara’s Bren Hall.
Vendors will offer sustainably and humanely-raised meat and poultry; vegetable and fruit juices pressed on site; fresh seafood; cheeses and salumi; cupcakes and cakes; olive oils and vinegars; and a wine and beer tasting bar.
The ’70s are back. At least when it comes to the state of commercial real estate development in Ventura County. While new home building in Ventura County is up compared to last year, commercial development is at a 37-year low, according to the latest report from the California Economic Forecast. Total investment in Ventura County Read More →
The Alma del Pueblo condo and food market project on Victoria and Chapala streets in downtown Santa Barbara is moving closer to completion.