Leasing starts at Purl, the newest luxury apartment neighborhood at Civita

Leasing has started at Purl, the latest luxury apartment neighborhood at Civita and features one- two- and three-bedroom apartment homes. Potential residents are invited to explore Purl’s posh lifestyle featuring amenities reminiscent of those found in exclusive boutique hotels. Highlights include a sky terrace with barbecue area and outdoor theater, game room with golf simulator and pool table, demonstration kitchen and lounge, sports bar, music lounge, “Makerspace” workshop for do-it-yourself projects, two beautifully landscaped pool areas with jacuzzi’s, and day spa facilities.
Residents at Purl also enjoy the convenience of co-working offices and conferences rooms, as well as secure parcel lockers.
Purl is the first mixed-use neighborhood at Civita. It will also feature 18,000 square feet of street-level commercial space with a mix of dining experiences, services and retailers. Sudberry Properties, the developer of Purl and Civita, have not announced the commercial tenants.
Apartments in Purl range from 530 to 1,347 square feet and feature washers and dryers, coat and linen closets, LED lighting, hard surface flooring, beautifully appointed master suites and gourmet-style kitchens. Residents will have access to AT&T’s U-verse family of features and applications, the fastest high-speed Internet connection available, 100 percent Internet Protocol-based TV (IPTV), interactive entertainment and remote mobile access.
Purl is located across the street from the award-winning 14.3-acre Civita Park and is adjacent to the future Creekside Park, a 1.5-acre park to be anchored by a curvilinear elevated walkway that connects various amenities, including a picnic area, children’s play area and dog run.
Purl is also located across the street from a new pre-kindergarten through grade 5 elementary school, which is under construction and scheduled to open in fall 2022.
Residents at Purl will have access to all of the amenities at Sudberry Properties’ two adjacent apartment neighborhoods, West Park and Circa 37. For information, visit PurlatCivita.com or call (619) 981-7901.

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Construction Begins on First Elementary School in Mission Valley History

May 20, 2020
SAN DIEGO – Years of planning, coordinating, and designing an historic school came to life Wednesday, with the start of construction on Mission Valley’s first elementary school. View a video “fly-thru” here.

Located at the corner of Via Alta and Civita Boulevard, the preschool-through-fifth-grade campus will serve those living in the new Civita development, as well as residents in the Mission Valley and Fashion Valley neighborhoods.

“The rapid growth in Mission Valley is an opportunity to model a new vision for a San Diego Unified School,” said Cindy Marten, Superintendent of San Diego Unified. “One that is future oriented and grounded in sustainability.”

Near a transit line and featuring bike racks and electric vehicle charging stations, the new elementary school in Mission Valley is the result of years of planning and collaboration with Sudberry Properties, who is currently developing the former sand and gravel quarry into a pedestrian friendly, mixed-use community.

“We’re excited to welcome SDUSD’s next-generation elementary school to Civita,” said Marco Sessa, senior vice president of Sudberry Properties, which is developing the community with the Grant family, owners of the former quarry site since the early 1900s. “The Grant family has an unwavering commitment to education, and they have been a driving force behind the creation of this school,” he said. “We were happy to partially subsidize the sale of the property because we see education as a vital part of our live-work-play vision for Civita.”

The new campus will have one and two-story classroom halls, an administration building, a library with a maker space, a multipurpose building with an auditorium, and outdoor hard courts with grass play areas.

Construction is anticipated to be completed in spring 2022. A formal naming process will begin once a principal has been hired to oversee the campus, which typically occurs one year before the school opens. In this case, that means spring 2021.

The campus will hold up to 500 students; enrollment could happen as early as spring 2022.