A developer is proposing a 72-acre project near Rancho Peñasquitos that aims to become a new model for suburban development in San Diego — a densely built, walkable community with the sense of place you find in more urban areas. People who feel traditional suburbs are isolating and too car-dependent will now have a option other than moving back into San Diego’s more urban areas, developer Gary Levitt said by phone.
"In a way we are really turning the American Dream on its head and saying we want to live closer to our neighbors in an urban environment where you can walk to the coffee shop or grab a beer with your friends without a car," Levitt said. “We are re-evaluating what the suburbs are and what good planning means for these suburbs."
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