FUN WITH ARCHITECTURE
There’s a new look for the proposed Funk Zone roof deck, and the parking structure went from a cold black box to something much, well, funkier. Plus: Renderings of the tasting room’s interior.
Notable new listings: A Coast Village cottage asking $6.2 million; a Montecito farmhouse; a funky fixer compound on School House Road; an ornate situation in Birnam Wood, and a neat setting on the Lower Riviera.
••• De La Guerra plaza sent back to the drawing board.
••• Local fire chiefs offer suggestions regarding homeless camps and trailhead parking.
••• City panel dislikes proposed Milpas apartment complex (above).
••• How Proposition 19 will benefit certain homeowners.
••• Q&A with the county’s cannabis analyst.
••• The product director of one of the state’s largest cannabis companies.
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Noteworthy sales in the past week include Riviera midcentury ready for a transformation, a 1947 house on Picacho Lane, another Hope Ranch teardown, turnkey in Cielito with indoor pool and gym, a dazzling mountain setting above Carp, and the Coyote Road hovel. See what sold for for how much.
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