Taking count of the townhome apartments in Kearny Mesa, south of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, reveals the neighborhood has not been spared from the citywide plans to take up land, and, build enough new homes to make housing options better in the long run. San Diego neighborhood conversions on Lightwave Avenue give home seekers among the 1.3 million, and growing, population in the city a fair chance to find a home in the crowds.
Buildings have shown up on the long blocks east of Kearny Villa Road during the block lining stage in the Kearny Mesa neighborhood. Jobs filling the heights near the sidewalks with townhomes pack the neighborhood lots.
Just west of Spectrum Center, the lots block between the avenue street and Spectrum Center BOulevard is teeming with garden courtyards under balconies filling the acreage. Land stands up the village framed in the rough. Wood frames give the workers hammering the room lines the space and light they need to make the new homes San Diegans can count on fitting a life in.
The handiwork turns out the village rows Kearny Mesa needs to grow fast.
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