Something completely different is coming to the the Funk Zone: “I wanted a creative and colab space where you can also hang out and grab a drink,” says STUDIO founder Jeremy Wilson. “It’s a bar, production space, and soundroom. It will offer experiments in liquid, light, and sound.”
••• A new vegan market is opening in Montecito (above).
••• Handlebar broke through to the space next door.
••• Italian dessert shop Zio & Sweet has opened.
••• Corazón Cocina is opening a spinoff in the Public Market.
••• Good Cup café on State Street has closed.
••• Meal-delivery company Simple Feast is now serving the area.
••• Panettone season at Aperitivo.
••• Ruff House Barbecue to be at new Ventura concert venue.
••• What’s up with the former 805 Hazy & Deli?
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Last week’s sales: 1930s Picacho Lane compound that went for $2.5 million under ask; an East Valley Road house embedded amid oaks; a Hollister Ranch cottage; a Lower Riviera house that comes with four one-bedroom apartments; 6.84 acres above Summerland; and more. See what sold—and for how much.
ODDS & ENDS
••• 33-unit apartment complex in the works for Garden Street (above).
••• Santa Barbara’s Parade of Lights is back on this year.
••• A new rendering of the SoMo Funk development taking over an entire Funk Zone block.
••• Hot Springs spec house pre-sells for a big number.
••• Good news about the Highway 101 construction ramp reopenings.
••• Bluff landslide in Isla Vista.
••• Online Q&A with actor Christopher Lloyd.
••• $4 million price cut for Butterfly Beach house.
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