La Jolla’s WindanSea beachfront property to be replaced by condo complex
By Ashley Mackin
The property at 6722 Vista Del Mar at WindanSea in La Jolla will be replaced — perhaps as early as this summer — with a new seven-unit condominium complex according to renderings on the Coldwell Banker California Moves site, as well as community planning group minutes. The current residents must be out by the end of March and were told escrow on the property closes at the end of April.
Residents told the La Jolla Light they knew little about the plans and were given 60 days notice to vacate as developers were waiting for city approval and a few final permits before construction begins. The realtor would not name the buyer, who could not be reached for comment.
In August 2010, the Development Permit Review Committee approved “findings for the Coastal Development Permit, Site Development Permit for Environmentally Sensitive Lands and Map Waiver application to waive the requirements of a tentative map to demolish existing buildings (6722 Vista Del Mar) and construct seven residential condominiums on a 0.17 acre site,” per the minutes from that meeting.
The following month, the Community Planning Association (CPA) accepted the DPR recommendation for approval and forwarded its recommendation to the City of San Diego. The Coldwell Banker site also states the Coastal Development Permit was approved.
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