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Living Coast Discovery Center Raises $96,000 at Annual Farm to Bay Event

CHULA VISTA, CALIF. – The Living Coast Discovery Center, a nonprofit zoo and aquarium on San Diego Bay in Chula Vista, raised $96,000 in net proceeds at its seventh annual Farm to Bay event on Aug. 6, tying with last year’s record-breaking event revenues. The funds were generated through a combination of sponsorships, ticket sales, auction proceeds and Raise the Paddle donations and will be used to support coastal wildlife, education and sustainability programs at the Living Coast throughout the year. Over 400 guests attended the event, with Will Gustwiller, chef/owner of Eclipse Chocolate Bar & Bistro serving as the 2016 culinary chair. Over 40 restaurants, farms, craft breweries, wineries

San Diego Green Building Council Presents 2016 Green Homes Tour on Saturday, Nov. 12

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Green Building Council (SDGBC), an environmental nonprofit dedicated to providing education, outreach and advocacy focused on green building in the San Diego community, announced today that its seventh annual Green Homes Tour will be held on Saturday, Nov. 12, at multiple home sites throughout the county. Each year, the event brings together hundreds of members of the local community to celebrate best practices in green building and design while showcasing the innovative work of some of the industry’s top professionals. The diverse projects include sustainably remodeled residences, urban multifamily developments, luxurious custom homes and many projects that have ac

Xpera CM Announces Mid-Point of Construction on $79 Million Atmosphere Project for Wakeland Housing

SAN DIEGO – Xpera CM, a San Diego-based construction management consulting firm, announced today that construction has reached the mid-way point on the new Atmosphere affordable housing project it is managing for Wakeland Housing and Development Corp. in downtown San Diego. With a construction value of $79 million, the project includes a 12-story residential building, with an eight-story tower and three levels of underground parking. It is essentially two projects in one–154 units of affordable housing for families earning between 30 and 60 percent of the San Diego area median income, plus 51 units of housing specifically for adults requiring additional support due to homelessness, mental di

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