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Biszantz Connection Sells Chateau Village Town Home In Carmel Valley.

Rarely Available Chateau Village Town Home sells for $554,000 by The Biszantz Connection.

Biszantz Connection Sold This Chateau Villas Property Representing The Buyer

Biszantz Connection Sold This Chateau Villas Property Representing The Buyer

The Biszantz Connection sold a beautiful town home in the heart of Carmel Valley representing the buyer in the transaction. Kent Dial was the listing Realtor from Coldwell Banker in Carmel Valley.

The Town Home has westerly views, cool offshore breezes and we could not be happier for our dear friend who benefited from moving quickly to secure the property as his.

Congratulations to Van and wish you many happy years there!

Shannon Biszantz

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Carmel Valley Community Leaders Rejected  One Paseo Project.

Carmel Valley Residents Fear One Paseo Project is too dense with a mixed use theme.

Carmel Valley's One Paseo Project Voted Down By Planners.

Carmel Valley’s One Paseo Project Voted Down By Planners.

— Community leaders in Carmel Valley rejected Thursday night a mixed-use project that’s been called a key test case for future growth in San Diego.

While the Carmel Valley Community Planning Group’s 11-2 vote against the 23-acre One Paseo project is only advisory, it could persuade the San Diego Planning Commission and City Council to either reject the project or ask the developer to shrink it.

City planners say the $1 billion project is a strong example of “smart growth,” where dense developments get built along existing transportation corridors. The goal is adding enough housing for the city’s growing population without new subdivisions sprawling into rural areas.

But during a three-hour public hearing attended by about 400 people Thursday night, neighborhood leaders criticized the project as too intense for suburban Carmel Valley, located 20 miles north of downtown.

They said it would destroy the 35,000-resident community’s character by putting nine-story office buildings, towers of condominiums and a regional shopping center on a relatively small parcel.

City officials agree the project would worsen traffic congestion in the area and change the character of Carmel Valley. They say those drawbacks would be outweighed by the project’s economic boost and role in helping reduce San Diego’s severe housing shortage.

Residents said they feel city officials are asking for too much of a sacrifice from Carmel Valley.

“You want us to put up with so much and we get nothing,” said planning group member Hollie Kahn, contending that a bowling alley is the only new asset One Paseo would bring. “Are you willing to throw us under the bus for the benefit of San Diego?”

Planning group Chairman Frisco White said it appeared the city was allowing economic benefits to trump its interest in allowing Carmel Valley leaders to preserve their community’s ambience.


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Famous Quarterback Drew Brees Sells Home in Carmel Valley.

Brees 6,000 Square Foot Home sold in Fairbanks Highlands for a strong $2.4mil.

Drew Brees

Brees and his Wife bought the home in 2003 for $2.2 Million when Drew Brees played for The Chargers. Brees left the Chargers in 2005 Season but continued to own the home and waiting until 2010 to bring it to sale.  Donna Madrea from Prudential was the listing agent for The Brees Family and Dennis DeSouza represented the buyers.

“Built in 2002, the five-bedroom home is located in a gated community of Fairbanks Highlands and has 5.5 bathrooms, a pool and six garage stalls. It was sold to a vice president at Qualcomm.

Brees, 33, left the Chargers after the 2005 season but continued to own the home before first listing it for sale in 2010, according to real estate listings.

The area is popular with NFL quarterbacks. Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer and Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers still own homes in the area.

Brees is working on a new multi-year deal with the Saints that could pay him around $20 million per year.

In 2006, he bought a home in New Orleans in 2006 for $1.575 million.”

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