The sidewalk ending on Ocean Boulevard at Dahlia Avenue will not be extended, at least not right now. Nor will parking be added on the street near Carnation Avenue. Both the sidewalk and parking propositions, along with a section of new landscaping, were suggested by former City Councilwoman Nancy Gardner. However, a petition initiated by a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ocean Boulevard between Iris Avenue and Heliotrope Avenue is being worked on, during Corona del Mar’s pavement reconstruction project. The area (near Lookout Point) will be closed through March 22, according to the Newport Beach website.Continue Reading... No Comments.
Plans regarding replacing Ocean Boulevard’s concrete roadway and upgrading the landscaping were presented at the Corona del Mar Residents Association meeting November 20, and reported by Corona del Mar Today. “The first phase of the project is funded and approved and could begin in January and will remove and reconstruct the concrete pavement along Ocean […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The news source Corona del Mar Today reported November 14 that the re-pavement and landscaping of Ocean Boulevard and Marguerite Avenue is on the agenda of the next Corona del Mar Residents Association board meeting on November 20. The concrete pavement, sidewalks, curbs and gutters on both streets are to be removed and re-poured. New […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Brion Jeannette Architecture no longer needs to provide to the city a performance bond, which had been required to “ensure timely completion” of its AERIE condominium project in Corona del Mar. The project, at Carnation Avenue and Ocean Boulevard, has been significantly downsized since its conception, according to a staff report. The company should have […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Slope repair work continues at China Cove, where artificial rock has been installed on the hillside as part of the $476,000 project. The slope below Ocean Boulevard began failing in the 2000s, city officials have said. Municipal Operations staff used plastic tarps and sand bags to prevent further erosion, but a rainstorm last year caused […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
JUST REDUCED — 2525 Ocean Blvd, F6, Corona del Mar — $1,399,000 Enjoy living directly on the water in this completely remodeled Channel Reef bay front penthouse condo. Marble-tiled floors begin at the entry and continue through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors to the sunny deck with water views. This nicely renovated 2-bed, 2-bath condo has […]Continue Reading... No Comments.