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Facebook/Parlor Doughnuts Made in small batches, Parlor’s signature treats are the flaky fried croissant-style doughnuts made famous by cronut king Dominique Ansel. They’re available in a large range of flavor combinations, from French Toast with maple glaze and cinnamon sugar and Campfire with marshmallow glaze, graham cracker, and chocolate chips to Dreamcicle with orange and vanilla glaze. The shop also makes vegan and gluten-free baked doughnuts as well as a sugar-free variety. Parlor Doughnuts, which opened to huge crowds in Evansville, Indiana earlier this year, will travel cross-country for its second location. Its arrival is still a ways off — early 2020 — but the cafe and sweets shop will be part of SALT, downtown Oceanside’s luxury apartment and retail development near the Oceanside pier.
Marc Karren of Location Matters represented the landlord and tenant in the lease.
Indiana’s Parlor Doughnuts is heading west
Hayden says that the all-day eatery will serve an expanded menu, offering everything from acai bowls and toasts to sandwiches and cookies. He told Eater that they may open more locations in the San Diego area.
Owner Darrick Hayden’s wife is from San Diego, which explains the move. His son Noah runs a roastery in Evansville called Proper Coffee that will fuel the cafe’s barista bar and may eventually open a roasting facility here.
Little Italy Association Hip neighborhood hangout Nolita has craft cocktails and a shuffleboard court which means it’s a great spot to head for a cheeky nightcap. Bartender/cocktail pro Brian Prugalidad (Campfire, Polite Provisions) created a stellar drinks list that covers everything from light and sweet to playful and expressive. While it’s hard to pick just two standout tipples, we recommend the Venetian Summer Spritz with Botanist Gin, Aperitivo Select and Prosecco or the 2AM Taco Run with tequila, pineapple tepache (a fermented drink made from pineapple peels and rinds), and Pasubio Amaro (an aged Italian wine from the Dolomite Mountains). Specializing in under the radar, esoteric, and natural wine varietals from California along with lesser heard of regions across Austria, Spain, Italy — even Hungary, be sure to try the Kàli-Kövek Olaszrizling when it’s back in stock — Vina Carta is a lovely spot to head for a pre-dinner glass or two. The progressive store from Bottlecraft’s Brian Jensen not only offers a dozen different wines by the glass – including an R.H. Coutier Champagne and Carignan Rosé – they’re also available by the half-glass so you can create your own flight. Cheers!
Stop for a refuel at this colorful cafe where everything from specialty coffees and signature teas grace the menu. While health-focused dishes are served all day (think avocado toast, chia pudding, raw kale salad, and seasonal soups) pace yourself with one of Parakeet’s Functional Elixirs – the Magic Mushroom Matcha should add a little pep to your step.
7 a.m. — James Coffee Co
Make every dining minute count
8 a.m. — Morning Glory
From a local coffee roaster to a classic Italian market and dessert café, via a trendy breakfast-brunch spot and handsome beer-meets-cocktail hall, plus a few stops in between, consider this itinerary a suggested guide to a day of perfect eating on India Street.
11 a.m. — Parakeet Cafe
Those wanting to hold out on additional eats until lunchtime can ‘window shop’ at the nearby Little Italy Food Hall, which although not technically on India Street (it’s sandwiched between W. Date Street and Columbia) does occupy a prime spot on Piazza della Famiglia.
With roots stretching back more than six decades (the first Mona Lisa restaurant was established in 1956 by Sicilian immigrant Stefano Brunetto), this charmingly old-school and still family-run Italian deli is a must-visit for its fine selection of fresh breads, olives and hard-to-find edibles, all of which go into making their delicious sandwiches. With 19 varieties on the menu, ranging from turkey pastrami to a veggie special, keep it simple with the imported prosciutto. If sitting down in the adjacent “red sauce” restaurant appeals there’s a nice selection of pizzas, pastas, and salads.
2 p.m. — Mona Lisa Deli
Former historic fishing community to thriving culinary capital, today San Diego’s Little Italy enclave is home to a wide range of traditional eateries, modern brewpubs, storied bars, and award-winning restaurants. And while many great establishments line Kettner Boulevard (aka “Top Chef Alley”), State and Juniper Streets, in the interests of narrowing the playing field it was decided to focus on the neighborhood’s commercial corridor – home to the Little Italy sign and buzzy central Piazza della Famiglia – for this special 24 Hours feature.
4 p.m. — Vino Carta
Founded by former Angels and Airwaves lead guitarist David Kennedy in 2013, this small-batch coffee roasters now boasts three locations around town, including its flagship on India Street. The shop, which specializes in hand-roasted single-origin artisan beans as well as exclusive blends, has a coffee program that covers everything from cortados and cappuccinos to cold brews and pour-overs, all exquisitely executed for a perfect morning pick me up — the retail component stocks some pretty cool branded merchandise, coffee-making equipment, and whole beans too.
7 p.m. — Civico 1845
Think breakfast and brunch bites with global flair at this million daytime stunner from social and culinary collective CH Projects. They say it’s the most important meal of the day, and with dishes like a traditional English fry-up, fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes, French omelet, and chilaquiles with mole on the menu, Morning Glory has seen locals and visitors coming here in droves since the place opened in June. In the mood for day-drinking? Options range from boozy caffeine-based beverages to sparkling spritzes, plus a roving Bloody Mary cart.
9 p.m. — Zucchero
Calabrian brothers Dario and Pietro Gallo brought a fresh spin on Italian to San Diego when they opened their India Street restaurant in 2015. Perpetually packed their warmly welcoming space offers a repertoire of traditional and modern Italian cuisine – from pastas, antipasti and main dishes – across two menus one of which highlights Italian classics using vegan and gluten-free ingredients. Try the antipasti di polipo (thinly sliced octopus with caper berries) and cozze del marianaio (Carlsbad mussels with fresh tomato sauce).
11 p.m. — NOLITA HALL
Now located inside Nonna (the two spaces formerly divided by a wall and have now been combined) Italian café offshoot Zucchero from the Busalacchi family – whose patriarch Joe is considered a pioneer in San Diego’s Little Italy district – specializes in traditional pastries, deeply rooted in Italian technique. Whether you’re a gelato fan, love to linger over a rich rum and coffee-soaked slice of tiramisu, or devour ricotta-filled cannoli, this cozy sweet shop is the place to come for delicious dessert and an after-dinner espresso.
Liberty Chix | Courtesy photo Get the latest update on the local food hall
Hold Fast, a previously-announced sustainable seafood hand roll spot from chef Rob Ruiz of The Land & Water Company has been delayed. Until it opens, the space will be used for additional seating and more retail opportunities for the market.
As it settles comfortably into its third year of operation, Liberty Public Market continues to refresh its food offerings, rotating the local vendors that make up the food hall. The newest addition is serving up its rendition of a Nashville sensation — Nashville hot chicken. Now up and running in the former Roma Express space is Liberty Chik, whose fried boneless chicken filets are available at mild, medium, hot, or smokin’ hot heat levels. The chicken is sold by the piece, in a sandwich, or paired with housemade waffles, with sides range from mac ‘n’ cheese and Tennessee mustard slaw to ‘bonuts’, or biscuit doughnuts.
Meanwhile, Roma Express has moved across the way into the Liberty Meat Shop booth. Now dubbed Roma Express Italian Deli, it’s expanded to include hot and cold sandwiches and antipasti on top of arancini, hand-dipped cannoli, and Italian cookies. And Crafted/Scooped by Mootime, the on-site bakery and ice cream shop, has condensed its square footage and menu. Renamed as Mootime Cookies & Creamery, its focus is gourmet cookies and ice cream. Filling the rest of the space will be an annex of North Park eatery Chris’ Ono Grinds. Scheduled to launch in October, it will spotlight classic Hawaiian dishes including slow-cooked kalua pork, grilled huli huli chicken, and macaroni salad.
(Third Quarter Update)
Data Date: April 1, 2019
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This page contains all Capital Improvements Program (CIP) projects anticipated to be advertised and awarded for construction in the current fiscal year listed initially in the City’s Adopted CIP budget. This page is updated throughout the year with the current cost estimates and new projects to list. It also identifies which projects were already awarded to a construction contractor. In addition, some projects from the original list may roll-over to the first quarter of next fiscal year and possibly beyond due to unforeseen conditions. See Construction Contract Types for more information about delivery methods. Also, visit Bid and Contract Opportunities for projects currently in the bid and award phase For more information about this report, call (619) 533-4207 or email [email protected].
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|1||ADA S/W La Jolla Shore & Calle Corta||B16101||ADA Compliance and Accessibility Department||Design Bid Build||$255,150||$661,800||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|2||William Heath Davis House ADA Accessibil||B15223||ADA Compliance and Accessibility Department||Job Order Contract||$202,994||$528,200||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|3||ADA Accessibility Improvements Group IV||B15230||ADA Compliance and Accessibility Department||Job Order Contract||$371,040||$710,879||2019||Q1||2019||Q2|
|4||Carmel Creek Park Comft St ADA Access Im||B14153||ADA Compliance and Accessibility Department||Job Order Contract||$246,947||$454,000||2017||Q2||2019||Q1|
|5||Group Job 13F Linda Vista DIF CR||B13108||ADA Compliance and Accessibility Department||Design Bid Build||$166,921||$504,429||2018||Q3||2019||Q1|
|6||Brown Field CBP Modular Structure||21003798||Airports Department||Sole Source||$1,884,200||$2,939,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|7||Canyonside Community Park Improvements||S12004||Development Services Department||Design Bid Build||$1,023,833||$1,501,126||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|8||Fire Station 3 Improvements||B13187||Fire-Rescue Department||Design Bid Build||$907,200||$1,617,197||2018||Q2||2019||Q1|
|9||Fire Station #8 Mission Hills||S10029||Fire-Rescue Department||Design Bid Build||$24,200||$1,325,000||2018||Q2||2019||Q1|
|10||Fire-Rescue Air Operations Facility||S15012||Fire-Rescue Department||Design Bid Build||$3,214,544||$4,923,601||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|11||Tierrasanta Library Expansion||S15011||Library Department||Job Order Contract||$800,000||$1,619,000||2018||Q3||2019||Q1|
|12||Villa Monserate Neigh Park Upgrade||S16048||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$1,062,580||$1,695,462||2019||Q4||2019||Q4|
|13||Casa de Balboa Fire Alarm System||B17181||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$850,000||$1,588,000||2019||Q4||2019||Q4|
|14||Carmel Creek NP Improvements||S16037||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$1,057,042||$1,706,924||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|15||Doyle Community Park ADA Upgrades||S15037||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$297,145||$695,402||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|16||EB Scripps Park Comfort Stn Replacement||S15035||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$3,168,000||$5,217,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|17||California Tower Seismic Retrofit||L12003.2||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$4,753,500||$5,748,550||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|18||Balboa Park Plaza De Panama Project||L17002.1||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$60,038,145||$78,108,614||2019||Q1||2019||Q4|
|19||Chollas Community Park Comfort Station||S16058||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$2,267,803||$3,586,838||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|20||Bay Terrace Senior Center||S16060||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$3,484,865||$6,383,376||2018||Q4||2019||Q3|
|21||Ladera St Beach Access Stairway Emg Prj||B19009||Parks & Recreation Department||Emergency||$101,037||$150,000||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|22||Chimney Canyon Slope Restoration||B18110||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$523,549||$638,582||2018||Q2||2019||Q2|
|23||Skyline Hills Community Park ADA Improve||S15038||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$1,674,620||$2,859,854||2019||Q1||2019||Q1|
|24||Thompson Med Library/Eddy Auditor Rehab||B17036||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$2,376,360||$3,356,360||2018||Q3||2019||Q4|
|25||Rolling Hills Neighborhood Park ADA Upgr||S15021||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$1,537,650||$2,028,182||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|26||Centrum Neighborhood Park Enhancements||RD16005||Parks & Recreation Department||Agency/Developer/Managed Built – City Paid||$937,500||$1,000,000||2018||Q2||2019||Q3|
|27||Orchard Av, Capri by Sea & Old Salt Pool||B14073||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$333,057||$767,883||2018||Q2||2019||Q1|
|28||Tierrasanta Sports Field Lighting Ph II||S18004||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$128,031||$209,855||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|29||Rancho Mission Neigh Pk Play Area Upgrad||S15004||Parks & Recreation Department||Design Bid Build||$1,650,868||$2,324,695||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|30||Kelly St Neighborhood Pk Security Lighting Upgrade||S16016||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$109,975||$190,000||2018||Q1||2019||Q1|
|31||Marie Widman Memorial Pk Sec Lighting||S16018||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$297,752||$475,000||2018||Q1||2019||Q1|
|32||Skyline Hills Community Pk Security Lighting Upgrade||S16021||Parks & Recreation Department||Job Order Contract||$103,445||$220,000||2018||Q1||2019||Q1|
|67||Balboa Park Golf Course- Parking Lot Repaving||B19061||Parks & Recreation Department||Emergency||$730,000||$730,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q3|
|33||Dennery Ranch Neighborhood Park||S00636||Planning Department||Agency/Developer/Managed Built – City Paid||$5,070,000||$15,100,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|34||SEWER GROUP JOB 830||B11019||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$567,768||$604,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|35||Sewer & AC Water Group 797 (W)||B16129||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$2,876,121||$3,507,785||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|36||Sewer & AC Water Crown Point West (S)||B16145||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$6,663,931||$10,249,622||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|37||Sewer & AC Water Crown Point West (W)||B16144||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$5,312,067||$7,301,814||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|38||Water and Sewer Group 967 (S)||B15145||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$547,355||$416,113||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|39||AC Water & Sewer Group 1013 (S)||B15147||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$3,130,000||$3,439,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|40||AC Water & Sewer Group 1013 (W)||B15156||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$10,470,000||$12,877,154||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|41||Montezuma PPL/Mid City Pipeline Ph 2||S11026||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$24,143,000||$31,555,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|42||Hotel Circle CI & AC Accelerated Replacement||B18235||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$1,200,000||$1,620,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|43||Remaining Small Diameter CI Water Ph 3||B17091||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$1,800,000||$2,665,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|44||AC Water & Sewer Group 1042 (S)||B17176||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$298,391||$617,400||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|45||AC Water & Sewer Group 1042 (W)||B17177||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$7,418,293||$9,510,231||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|46||Sewer & AC Water Group 807 (S)||B00403||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$6,009,765||$7,873,154||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|47||Sewer & AC Water Group 807 (W)||B16087||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$4,248,098||$5,762,746||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|48||Otay 1st/2nd PPL West of Highland Avenue||S12016||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$21,080,400||$29,440,500||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|49||Water Group 967||B12058||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$266,114||$1,044,266||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|50||Pipeline Rehabilitation AL-1||B16001||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$5,865,000||$7,156,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|51||Pipeline Rehabilitation AU-1||B18037||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$3,346,618||$4,729,165||2019||Q2||2019||Q3|
|52||Sewer Pump Station 33 Demolition||B16104||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$313,000||$475,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|53||Sewer & AC Water Group 697A (W)||B15207||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$1,273,682||$1,899,111||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|54||Sewer & AC Water Group 697A (S)||B00346||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$3,858,141||$5,253,657||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|55||South Bay Wtr Recl Plant Manhole Rehab||B18086||Public Utilities Department||Job Order Contract||$179,405||$400,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q3|
|56||AC Water & Sewer Group 1024A (S)||B18146||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$24,027||$58,827||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|57||AC Water & Sewer Group 1024A (W)||B18154||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$176,200||$431,400||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|58||Mira Mesa Trunk Sewer Improvement||B16056||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$6,173,717||$7,908,378||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|59||Otay WTP-Basin #1 Concrete Restoration||B17092||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$1,938,355||$2,650,000||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|60||Pipeline Rehabilitation AP-1||B17064||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$2,027,182||$3,118,420||2019||Q1||2019||Q2|
|61||Pipeline Rehabilitation AT-1||B17187||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$5,341,000||$6,520,000||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|62||Pipeline Rehabilitation AO-1||B16161||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$3,074,886||$4,972,525||2019||Q1||2019||Q2|
|63||Pipeline Rehabilitation AS-1||B17184||Public Utilities Department||Job Order Contract||$4,585,082||$5,394,457||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|71||North City Pure Water Facility (Pkg. 1)||B15139||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$2,695,000||$2,695,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|72||NCWRP Expansion (Pkg. 4)||B15142||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$13,038,300||$15,689,300||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|79||NC-MBC Improvements||B17006||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$30,701,000||$40,687,165||2018||Q4||2019||Q4|
|80||NCPWF Influent Pump Station and Pipeline||B16140||Public Utilities Department||Design Bid Build||$29,218,851||$38,413,734||2018||Q2||2019||Q4|
|64||101 Ash Improvements||S17009||Real Estate Assets Department||Design Bid Build||$17,080,261||$25,880,408||2018||Q3||2019||Q1|
|65||Palm Avenue Transitional Housing||S18003||Real Estate Assets Department||Design Bid Build||$5,397,073||$6,500,000||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|68||Civic Theater Water Highline||B19108||Real Estate Assets Department||Emergency||$1,200,000||$1,500,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q3|
|78||SDCCU Stadium ATS||B19128||Real Estate Assets Department||Emergency||$5,979||$13,979||2019||Q2||2019||Q2|
|66||S Woodman SD Replacement||B19102||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$500,000||$750,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|69||6500 Montezuma Rd SD Emergency||B19126||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$1,000,000||$1,400,000||N/A||N/A||2019||Q3|
|70||7980 Park Village Rd SD Emergency||B19127||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$1,000,000||$1,400,000||N/A||N/A||2019||Q3|
|73||Florida Dr SD Replacement||B19115||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$1,300,000||$1,700,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q3|
|74||3030 32nd St SD Repair||B19112||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$150,000||$200,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q3|
|75||Wellborn SD Replacement||B19101||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$500,000||$750,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q2|
|76||Burroughs SD Replacement||B19098||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$400,000||$750,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q2|
|77||Cardinal Drive SD Replacement||B19090||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Emergency||$1,000,000||$1,250,000||2019||Q2||2019||Q2|
|81||31st Street UUD (Market St – L St)||B13143||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Job Order Contract||$14,000||$18,000||2019||Q4||2019||Q4|
|82||Sidewalk Replacement Group 1604||B16030||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$1,010,000||$1,418,000||2019||Q4||2019||Q4|
|83||Asphalt Resurfacing Group 1702 (Option C||B17095||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$4,756,087||$5,500,000||2019||Q4||2019||Q4|
|84||Carmel Country Road Low Flow Channel||S00969||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$1,681,500||$2,712,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|85||Manzana Storm Drain Replacement||B17079||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$853,000||$1,250,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|86||Ash St & Richmond St Sidewalks||B15026||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$274,471||$730,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|87||Uptown CMP SD Lining||B16091||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$231,997||$584,000||2019||Q3||2019||Q4|
|88||W Bernardo @ Technology Traffic Signal||B17156||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$304,316||$479,700||2019||Q2||2019||Q3|
|89||Block7-O1||B18143||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$290,113||$391,653||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|90||Jackson Dr & Winding Creek Dr TS||B15009||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$229,875||$321,088||2019||Q2||2019||Q3|
|91||Block 8R UUP||21003599||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$4,280,026||$6,170,626||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|92||Block 8R UUP – CIP||B15097||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$1,257,905||$1,597,981||2019||Q2||2019||Q4|
|93||Del Sol Boulevard-Central||S00858||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Developer Build||$166,236||$5,511,297||2012||Q1||2019||Q3|
|94||Block 3HH (Talmadge 3) Rd Imp UU352||B17068||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$1,025,387||$1,368,257||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|95||Cardiff St (Wade-Carlisle) Rd Imp UU10||B17069||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$66,968||$253,560||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|96||28th St (Island Av-Clay St) Rd Imp UU9||B17070||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$445,776||$445,776||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|97||Illion St (Gardena-Milton Rd) Imp UU624||B17072||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$131,289||$142,444||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|98||Mt Alifan (Genesee-Mt Everst) Rd Imp UU21||B17073||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$170,214||$203,373||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|99||Block 8A (Golden Hill) Rd Imp UU494||B17074||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$1,051,414||$1,051,414||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|100||Woodrow (Calvocado-Armacost) Rd Imp UU16||B17097||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$153,146||$196,099||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|101||Block 2S1 South Mission RD IMP UU977_RP||B18152||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Job Order Contract||$157,911||$213,180||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|102||Camino del Este Path Xing Improvements||B13088||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$360,000||$507,098||2019||Q1||2019||Q3|
|103||Block 7G2 UUP||21003598||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$7,679,523||$10,367,356||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|104||Sidewalk Replacement Group 1603||B16029||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$881,231||$1,200,000||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
|105||Downtown Complete Streets Implementation||B17056||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$2,011,720||$31,571,100||2019||Q3||2019||Q2|
|106||Van Dyke Ave (4481) Storm Drain Replacem||B12034||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$979,078||$1,817,918||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|107||Hilltop Drive UUP (Boundary to Toyne) –||B15095||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Job Order Contract||$189,555||$208,455||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|108||Balboa Avenue Corridor Improvements||S00831||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$1,394,999||$2,981,887||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|109||Block 7G2 UUP – CIP||B15085||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$497,213||$671,232||2018||Q4||2019||Q2|
|110||Hayes Ave Storm Drain||S11002||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$746,832||$1,320,100||2018||Q3||2019||Q1|
|111||Concrete Street Panel Group 1601||B16026||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Design Bid Build||$2,535,450||$3,331,305||2018||Q3||2019||Q1|
|112||Euclid Ave & Home Improvements||S00886||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Job Order Contract||$76,676||$1,029,415||2017||Q1||2019||Q1|
|113||Pacific Hwy & W Palm St Signal Mod||B13008||Transportation & Storm Water Department||Job Order Contract||$160,000||$279,200||2018||Q4||2019||Q1|
Summary By Asset-Managing Departments
|Asset-Managing Department||Estimated Construction Contract Award||Estimated Total Project Cost|
|ADA Compliance and Accessibility Department||$1,243,052||$2,859,308|
|Development Services Department||$1,023,833||$1,501,126|
|Parks & Recreation Department||$87,482,924||$119,680,577|
|Public Utilities Department||$209,860,749||$276,935,924|
|Real Estate Assets Department||$23,683,313||$33,894,387|
|Transportation & Storm Water Department||$41,913,909||$94,043,513|
|FY 2019 Total||$377,107,923||$556,438,633|
* Estimated Advertise and Award Dates for Pure Water projects are to be determined.
Archive of Anticipated CIP Projects
- Forecast of Projects to be Awarded in Fiscal Year 2016 (Third Quarter Update) as of 4/1/2016
- Forecast of Projects to be Awarded in Fiscal Year 2016 (Second Quarter Update) as of 1/1/2016
- Forecast of Projects to be Awarded in Fiscal Year 2016 (First Quarter Update) as of 10/1/2015
- Forecast of Projects to be Awarded in Fiscal Year 2016 as of 07/1/2015
Zinqué brings all-day bistro dining
Known for doing a blockbuster weekend brunch at its existing locations in West Hollywood, Venice, Downtown LA, and Newport Beach, French-leaning cafe Zinqué has made its way to Little Italy. Its 3,000-square foot space, which includes a covered patio, sits at the corner of Kettner and Hawthorn, joining SuperNatural Sandwiches in the mixed-use AV8 building. The design revolves around a central bar and features a fireplace, wrought-iron windows, and an interior done up with charred ceda, raw concrete, and mood-setting lighting.
Craft cocktails can be found at the bar, along with a varied wine list that emphasizes organic and sustainable wine through French and other global producers. Coming soon to the development, which was represented by Urban Strategies Group, is another location of Bobboi Natural Gelato.
Haley Hill Photography Also located on the ground floor is wine bar Fonte di Vino. Slated to open in October, it will showcase 70 wines and spirits from Italy, plus regional wineries and distilleries across Southern California, Northern Mexico and Baja California. In addition to dishes from the Watercolors menu, cheese and charcuterie boards will also be available here. Helmed by executive chef Cesar Oceguera (Mesa Grill, New York and Searsucker, Las Vegas) and executive sous chef Stephanie Armenta, sea-to-table fare will be the major focus at signature restaurant Watercolors with produce sourced from father-daughter fishing duo, the Kastlungers, and well-known fishmonger Paddy Glennon at Superior Seafood, among other local purveyors.
From its 16th floor perch, rooftop bar Above Ash Social will feature a customized cocktail menu alongside a comprehensive list of wine, beer and spirits. The menu here will focus on shareable appetizer style dishes with seasonal ceviches and crudos, including Peruano, a Peruvian-style ceviche served with leche de tigre, sweet potato, spicy corn nuts and charred corn. A wide a variety of seating options afford city and San Diego Bay views, including west along State Street towards the Embarcadero from a communal fire pit table.
With nods to Little Italy’s former fishing port heritage and San Diego’s coastal location incorporated throughout, the space includes geometric wall art inspired by fishing nets and flooring reminiscent of an oceanfront boardwalk. Interior design firm The Manchette Studio installed wooden pendant lights, a live-edge communal table, and mixture of seating configurations, including velvet banquettes, across the 90-seat dining room.
The newest addition to San Diego’s growing lineup of boutique lodgings officially opens this morning. Part of the Hilton Curio Collection, alongside its 246 guest rooms and heated saltwater pool, the LEED Silver Certified Carté Hotel also features three food and beverage venues, including a full-service restaurant, rooftop cocktail bar, and dedicated wine bar and spirit tasting room.
Serving as a communal hub, the airy ground floor Lobby Bar, which currently has local beers on tap, including Stone Brewing, Ballast Point, and Thorn Brewing, will also feature craft cocktails and has an exciting collaboration in the works with a leading local distillery.
Expect sea-to-table cuisine, share plates, and custom cocktails
Spanning breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu highlights include a mezcal-cured hamachi crudo, seasonal aguachile and kosho, and fish banh mi with mahi mahi, pork asientos, pickled vegetables and a toasted baguette. Watercolors will also offer a weekly whole fish special, based on the catch of the day and seasonal produce from the Little Italy Farmer’s Market. A filet, served with chimichurri, smoky cauliflower puree and sautéed local mushrooms, and a spicy chicken kebab-style dish served alongside tandoori yogurt, cucumbers, shallots, lime and mint, will also feature.