This is shaping up to be the year of the street taco in Santa Barbara, as three of the city’s most prolific restaurateurs are opening establishments dedicated to them.
Last week’s sales: Hope Ranch house nearly triples in value in two years; Hope Ranch fixer for $17.25 million; regenerative farm in Summerland with a sweet two-bedroom house; 56-acre Santa Ynez ranch; 120-acre lot east of Toro Canyon Park; 1894 Crocker Row house; 1883 compound on East Valley Road; and more. See what sold—and for how much. (Photo by Blake Bronstad.)
ODDS & ENDS
••• Construction on three new roundabouts should start in coming months.
••• Activity at the former Victor the Florist storefront.
••• Suzanne Vega to play the Lobero.
••• Sea and Summit at Marcia Burtt Gallery.
••• New renderings of the Santa Barbara Police Department headquarters, 250-room Funk Zone hotel, affordable housing on N. La Cumbre, and Birnam Wood’s pool and gym.
••• E-Bikery is moving from State Street.
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