The San Diego Union-Tribune

This week, San Diego's City Council voted to resurrect the city's moribund Planning Department. A government-wide reorganization and energized leadership seem certain to ensure the department won't become a zombie.
Oct 31, 2013   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>With the downturn in the housing market, a planned luxury condo tower in Downtown San Diego has been reworked into an affordable housing development.</p>
Sep 24, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>Six years after 9/11, skyscrapers continue to be planned for dozens of American cities.</p>
Sep 18, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>As part of a settlement of a lawsuit brought by housing advocates and environmentalists, the city council will move to cap the number of rental apartments that can be converted to condominiums each year.</p>
Apr 1, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>With few residents able to afford a suburban home, residents of San Diego and increasingly other high-priced western cities are gradually embracing a new model for homeownership.</p>
Mar 28, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>A plant company owner in San Diego, California, is hoping his new vegetated roof will help the concept catch on with others in the region.</p>
Mar 10, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>Entrepreneurial students-turned-developers are turning houses into dorms around San Diego State University to meet the growing demand for affordable housing, but neighbors want the city to crackdown on the practice.</p>
Mar 8, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>In hopes of inspiring future civic leaders, an innovative volunteer program teaches grade school children about how a city works.</p>
Feb 8, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>A 65-ft tower in San Diego is being redesigned as a piece of modern art.</p>
Jan 5, 2007   The San Diego Union-Tribune
<p>Consultants find that city officials held back a glaring report detailing the city's failing finances to clear the way for municipal bond sales for a new downtown baseball stadium.</p>
Oct 26, 2006   The San Diego Union-Tribune
An independent review panel of experts has challenged the transportation aims of the San Diego Association of Governments, saying it has focused too much on auto-oriented development and is essentially promoting sprawl.
Jun 29, 2006   The San Diego Union-Tribune