The Success Story of a North Park Development
Malick Infill Development recently completed its North Park Project, The Parkline, demonstrating how limitation can be channeled into innovation. The unique L-shaped apartment project faced challenges when the locally famous San Diego Chicken Pie Shop was hesitant to sell. Instead of giving up, Malick decided to integrate it into the project, cementing its neighborhood legacy.
In a bid to promote neighborhood walkability, and reduce reliance on automobiles, The Parkline offers a mere 28 parking spaces. To encourage eco-friendly commuting, new tenants are provided with a free electric bike when signing a 13-month lease. Additionally, bus routes and times are conveniently displayed on lobby TVs, making public transportation accessible, convenient, and predictable. The building further supports sustainable transportation with 48 bicycle parking spaces and a maintenance station equipped with repair racks and tools for residents’ use.
This innovative project, realized through a partnership with Titan Development and Thornburg Real Estate, has added 94 new apartments to the community while maintaining a strong focus on serving and enhancing the neighborhood.
Original Publication Credit: San Diego Business Journal
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