Midway District Has an 81-Unit Luxury Housing and Mixed Use Project Coming

by on March 3, 2017 · 1 comment

in Culture, Economy, Environment, Ocean Beach

An 81-unit luxury housing project is coming to the Midway District of Point Loma.

Called “Driftwood”, the development will be located on a 2-acre lot – which is now empty – at the corner of Kemper and Kenyon Streets and will include 3,137 square feet of retail space. It’s next to the new West City community college campus. Midway Drive is a block away from Kemper.

Accord to SDMetro:

Driftwood will consist of stacked flats within a three-story, elevator-serviced building with interior common hallways and stairwells.

Units will feature a full stainless steel appliance package, soft-close drawers, granite or quartz countertops with undermount sinks, stained concrete or ceramic tile floors and carpet in the bedrooms, and most units will have private balconies.

Community amenities include a communal courtyard with hot tub, barbeques, lounge areas and on-grade parking with 109 stalls.

After receiving a $12.73 million construction loan, K&K Veritas LP, an affiliate of Veritas Urban Properties and Bishop & Company, is ready to build. The general contractor is Murfey Construction.






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Debbie March 3, 2017 at 11:33 pm

Why is this referred to as luxury?


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