Sudberry Properties has opened one other public park within the developer’s rising city village of Civita in Mission Valley.
Creekside Park is a 1.3-acre linear park that features elevated walkways, a kids’s play space, seating, picnic areas and an off-leash canine run. The park extends from Friars Street to Civita Boulevard, the place it hyperlinks to the village’s central 14.3-acre Civita Park.
The brand new park, which can be maintained by town of San Diego, is a part of the community of parks in Civita that can in the end stretch from Friars Street to Phyllis Place in Serra Mesa. Greater than 80% are full.
“Creekside Park serves as a trailhead resulting in quite a few leisure open areas in Civita. Additionally it is an essential a part of our in depth biofiltration stormwater system that treats and cleans runoff earlier than it flows into the San Diego River,” mentioned Colton Sudberry, president of Sudberry Properties, grasp developer of the 230-acres village.
“It provides one other stunning and tranquil house within the Civita group for passive recreation and social connections,” he mentioned.
The kids’s play space incorporates a fashionable geometric climbing construction, spinners, different play tools and picnic areas bordered by river-themed mosaic tilework by La Jolla artist Jane Wheeler.
The big dam-like stone retaining wall on the park entrance close to Friars Street was impressed by the Outdated Mission Dam, which spans the San Diego River in Mission Trails Regional Park.
The park was designed by Schmidt Design Group, which additionally designed Civita Park. Rick Engineering supplied civil engineering companies and Hazard Building was the final contractor.
Civita is a transit-oriented urban-infill village traversed by a community of pedestrian paths. Plans for the 230-acre property name for 4,780 properties and residences in quite a few configurations as wells as workplace and retail house.