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Plaza De Acacia Construction Project in RSF Village

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Rancho Santa Fe will soon get it’s first new commercial building in nearly a decade. The exciting addition to the Plaza De Acacia, located on Avenida de Acacias and Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe, should be finished mid-July.


The two story building is 6,000 square feet and though it does not have a designated purpose, the upper floor is open office space. There is also an elevator and room for a vault and ATMs.


Unfortunately, the project will prohibit the Plaza De Acacia parking lot from being accessed between May 27th and June 17th.


While this will force residents to find a new place to park for three weeks, the sacrifice will be well worth it, as, according to Chris Allen from Lindsley Construction Company, the project’s manager, this new commercial project in Rancho Santa Fe will be the “nicest building in town.”


Source: Real Estate Town Hall

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Rancho Santa Fe Village patrons will need to find a new place to park for approximately 3 weeks starting on Memorial Day – May 27th, while the Plaza De Acacias Construction project digs up the parking lot that serves many of the downtown Rancho Santa Fe merchants. This temporarily closure is necessary in order to complete the electrical and water service to Rancho Santa Fe’s newest commercial construction building.


The Real Estate Town Hall reports that this new building in Rancho Santa Fe’s Plaza De Acacia is one of the first brand new commercial construction project in the community in almost a decade.


“Although the construction will prohibit the Plaza De Acacia parking lot from being accessed between May 27th and June 17th, Rancho Santa Fe residents will be presented with the nicest new commercial building to enjoy for years to come” says Chris Allen from Lindsley Construction Company, the building’s General Contractor.




For more information on this project, see our story featuring a video tour of the building and an interview with Lindsey Construction Company Project Manager, Chris Allen.


The Real Estate Town Hall and Steve Hundley contributed to this story.


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Why the Real Estate Symposium is Necessary

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

The housing and real estate industry is a gateway to millions of potential jobs. It is also a large source of revenue for local municipalities, states and our country as a whole. Currently, many factors are contributing to the regression of the housing industry. These include bureaucratic and regulatory policies that impact consumer confidence and keep home values low. This has stifled the housing industry; and although purchasing a home is considered to be a significant life event and an integral part of the American Dream, today the industry is bleeding and affecting the lives of most U.S. citizens.

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