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Yes on Measure G for
community benefits

A plan bountiful with conscientious amenities and extraordinary public and economic rewards.

Trail Network

1.25 miles of publicly accessible walking
trails amid lush natural landscaping and
sweeping ocean views
Includes a loop amenity which connects to the James Scripps Preserve at the southern tip of the bluff, dedicated to the city of Del Mar in perpetuity.

Economic Upside

In addition to visitors patronizing local businesses, the direct Transient Occupancy Tax revenue is estimated at

$4.5M Annually

putting long awaited public projects
finally within reach.
Beach-area
Public Parking
Beach-area<br />
Public Parking
Doubling the amount of current public parking spaces
Ocean View
Restaurant
Ocean View<br />
Restaurant
Garden-to-table dining with produce grown onsite
Public
Restrooms
Public<br />
Restrooms
Installation of modern facilities
on Dog Beach
Affordable
Housing
Affordable<br />
Housing
22 units will be built onsite to help achieve the city’s state mandated requirements
Median
Improvements
Median<br />
Improvements
Landscaping and right-of-way enhancements on Camino Del Mar between Via De La Valle and the south end of the Lagoon Bridge
Free Electric
Shuttles
Free Electric<br />
Shuttles
For guests and locals to transport to the retreat and neighboring Del Mar and Solana Beach businesses
Meeting Space
Meeting Space
Dedicated space for the use of city non-profit groups throughout the year
Sustainable Design
& Construction
Sustainable Design<br />
& Construction
Designed to LEED Gold standard with state-of-the-art energy and water conservation
Sand Replenishment
Sand Replenishment
Privately funded through a dedicated annual contribution
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If you believe the current zoning of 14-16 gated mansions should be changed to open up public access and community enrichment to this incredible site,

Vote Yes on
Measure G