David Santistevan Santistevan: “There’s only so much land available, so urban sprawling is over in most major US cities.”

SAN DIEGO—Master-planned communities of size are a dying breed due to land constraints in San Diego, Colliers International broker David Santistevan tells GlobeSt.com. Santistevan and Gunder Creager of the firm’s San Diego land team recently represented San Diego-based seller Mountain Glen Family LLC and Irvine-based buyer CalAtlantic Homes (which has an office in San Diego) in the sale of a 170-acre master-planned community site, Heritage Bluffs, in Del Sur at Carmel Valley Rd. and Dove Canyon Rd. here for $24.5 million. Heritage Bluffs comprises 171 single-family home lots as a part of the Del Sur Master Plan. The property features panoramic views with close proximity to community shopping, new school facilities and major transportation corridors.