Wednesday, 27 May 2009 00:00
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May 27, 2009
With San Diego facing a water shortage and growing population, regional developers are fearful that their industry may face tougher days and stricter laws.

"My fear is that real estate development projects are going to get caught up in the middle until we work out these issues," said Gary London, president of The London Group Realty Advisors. "I fear that the water issue is going to become the new nimbly issue, the new not-in-my-backyard-issue. The people that don’t want the development are going to say 'ah hah we don’t want development because we can't afford to give this new development the precious water that we have.' They’re going to use that as a political issue."

Monday, 04 May 2009 00:00
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May 4, 2009
San Diego, Calif. (PRWEB) -- Sudberry Properties, Inc, one of the leading retail and urban community developers in Southern California, has selected Gable PR to help them develop and implement a comprehensive, integrated public relations program for the company and its many commercial real estate and industrial property developments throughout the region.

Gable PR, a growing public relations firm based in San Diego and known for its sophisticated and successful approach to managing complex programs for clients in a broad range of industries, was part of the media relations team for Sudberry's Quarry Falls community as it went through a public process toward approval by San Diego City Council. The 230-acre mixed-use development will incorporate the principles of sustainable planning and smart growth to create a new urban community in San Diego's Mission Valley neighborhood over the next 15 years.


San Diego Based Sudberry Properties Inc. Reinvents a Fading Quarry.

Tuesday, 03 March 2009 00:00
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March 3, 2009

From left, Colton Sudberry, Thomas Sudberry and Marco Sessa of Sudberry Properties, developers of Quarry Falls


Building Consensus: Quarry Falls

Monday, 16 February 2009 00:00
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First Aired: 2/16/2009
28 minutes

This documentary follows the efforts of the Grant family of San Diego and Sudberry Properties as they seek community support on a plan for their 230-acre sand and gravel mine in Mission Valley. Supporters describe Quarry Falls as a model of environmentally responsible, mixed-use urban development. Critics fear that the plan will fall short of its promise, delivering more of what Mission Valley needs least -- shopping malls, condos and traffic. However, if approved, the Grants promise to donate an additional 17 acres of Mission Valley land to the non-profit San Diego River Park Foundation for a wildlife reserve and Discovery Center along the San Diego River. (#13316).


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