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SAN DIEGO-It’s not business as usual when it comes to San Diego’s Upper East Village. Proponents of Makers Quarter believe that the new live/work/play area is a paradigm shift in development for San Diego. According to panelists at The Urban Land Institute San Diego-Tijuana District Council October breakfast presentation, Markers Quarter is redefining placemaking—the process of collectively shaping the public realm to maximize shared value – by developing a new neighborhood based on a creative culture defined by a collaborative community.

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