Q: What do you hope to do with the land?

After months of research, market studies and community outreach, our preliminary conceptual vision is for a new, age-qualified, active adult (55+) residential neighborhood of primarily single-story homes that incorporates community benefits for the entire Glens neighborhood. Green space and buffers with adjacent properties will be components of our planning process.


Q: What made you pursue an age-qualified community?

We used your comments and suggestions, along with our technical and marketing studies, as the framework to craft our conceptual vision. Through one-on-one and small group meetings, we learned school over-crowding and traffic are big concerns. An age-qualified, active adult community mitigates impacts to schools and traffic.

Q: Will there be golf?

No.  We’re repurposing the property.


Q:  What happened to Carmel Highlands Golf Course?

We weren’t involved in the decision to close the course. However, our understanding is that the course closed because of escalating operational costs, decreasing rounds and revenue and increasing cost of water.




Q: What opportunities will the public have to learn about the new plan and provide input?

We believe that the best way to create a land use plan is through diverse community engagement so ALL voices have the opportunity to be heard. From small group meetings to one-on-one chats, there is something for everyone. Click here to see how you can be part of the conversation.



Q: Who are you? What have you been involved in San Diego?

Max and Jeff bring more than 40 years of community development experience. They have worked on a wide range of projects throughout California and Nevada, but Southern California is home. Click here to learn more about 33North’s partners.


Don’t see your questions answered? Email us at Hello33North@gmail.com