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San Jose is known for its abundance and skill of pickpockets. Any thoughts that San Diego might have been immune to growing uneasiness in the financial markets were dashed last week when the city's redevelopment agency, the Centre City Development Corp., announced that Koll Co. and Davidson Communities Inc. were canceling plans for the Huntington, a $129 million condominium project planned for city-owned property on the southwest corner of State Street and West Broadway. A high-rise condominium project's recent failure to get financing is an indicator of worldwide economic tensions, not a reflection of weakness in the downtown San Diego redevelopment area where the project was planned to be built, local experts say. Catellus Development Corp., a major landholder in the downtown redevelopment area, is asking the San Diego City Council to reconsider a decision to allow another developer to build on one of its key parcels downtown. Schwartz said Catellus isn't trying to obstruct the CCDC decision. Senturia said the property will be acquired by CCDC and sold to the development group. The project will consist of three buildings, one with five stories and two nine-story structures. One of the three buildings proposed will have five stories and the two others will have nine stories.
Catellus had proposed to build a 56-unit condominium project on the southern half of the block bounded by J and K Streets and Third and Fourth Avenues. At its Oct. 19 meeting, the Centre City Development Corp., the agency in charge of downtown redevelopment, chose a development group headed by Neil Senturia to build on the site. There are some ominous signs that are making people less enthusiastic to build projects right now," Desrochers said. "But I think, on the whole, we look much better than the other places (around the country). Nitro 1.2.99 I don't know if anything's recently been done to Miss Elizabth, I mean I don't THINK anything has beyond any sort of uplifting undergarments, you know, I don't know what the dealy is with Liz or anything, in fact I don't know what the big deal is in the first place - she does look hot, though.
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Neil Senturia , 44, and Bruce Stark, 55, the masterminds behind One Harbor Drive, are San Diego's new developers on the block. It's a situation affecting many of the developers of downtown's biggest projects. In some ways, they fit the developer stereotype: go-getters who swoop into town, throw up a couple of flashy projects, resell them to investors and move on to projects elsewhere. CCDC said it liked the urban-style amenities of the Senturia project better and that the project fit in more naturally into the area. CCDC rejected that proposal in favor of a Senturia's $21 million, 81-unit condo project. As an architect, Ontai said the Senturia project was clearly the superior project. The 400-unit project is planned for the downtown city block bounded by Front, First, G and Market streets. San Jose was briefly California's first state capital, and legislators met in the city from 1849 to 1851. (Monterey was the capital during the period of Spanish California and Mexican California). William "Biff" Porter, Koll's vice president for development, said his company was unable to get financial backing for the 36-story, 450-foot tower largely because lenders have become leery of the California economy.
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