It’s not news that the City of Chula Vista is enduring challenging financial times. Since the economic down turn in late 2007, it became clear the organization needed to be more cost effective in delivering services to its customers – the 245,000 taxpayers of San Diego County’s second largest city.
Traffic was brisk as Indigo at McMillin Lomas Verdes in Chula Vista celebrated its grand opening, giving homebuyers their first glimpse of the neighborhood’s distinctive architecture and elegant interior detailing. Now McMillin is further enriching the value for homebuyers through its McMillin Green Program, which will provide an energy-saving solar power system with every home purchase at Indigo.
United States University, San Diego, a student-centered institution for working adults, announced it has moved from its original location in National City to a new campus in Chula Vista. Located at 830 Bay Boulevard, the 30,000-square-foot campus is being lauded as an architectural showpiece and provides more space for an institution that has experienced a 400 percent increase in enrollment since January 2010.
Chula Vista property owners are now able to receive 0 percent interest loans in order to make energy-saving improvements to their homes or businesses.
One of the largest construction projects in San Diego County is moving on schedule as the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry is under a $577 million expansion.
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