1906 Lodge to Spring Onto Scene in Spring

Graves, Brad
February 2009
San Diego Business Journal;2/2/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p19
The article reports on the increase of public parking on the island by a development project in Coronado, California. The developers of the 1906 Lodge at Coronado Beach realigned the intersection at A Avenue and Ynez Place as part of the process of converting a 103-year-old boardinghouse to a hotel. The work created more parking spaces on the street.


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