Archive: June 28, 2018

City Council Approved The Reserve at Rancho Belago Phase II (Moreno Valley)

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The Reserve at Rancho Belago Phase II, a 417 unit market rate apartment development in Moreno Valley, was recently unanimously approved by the City Council. This is the culmination of over 2 years of community meetings, site plan modifications and ‘big picture plans’ by the developer, Bridge Investment Group, to renovate and repurpose the Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Course and Clubhouse. GMP is fortunate to be part of the creative…

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Horticulture Encounter 2018

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Nothing beats walking around a nursery on a gorgeous, sunny summer observing beautiful plants in full bloom, being educated on the latest varieties in the field, and further understanding the benefits of plants in community with each other. At least, nothing beats an afternoon like that if you are a landscape architect. In June, a few GMPeeps were fortunate enough to spend such an afternoon with Suzie Wiest, at Village…

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Planning Commission Approval for Persea project, City of Vista

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Persea by Orion Pacific was recently approved by the Vista Planning Commission and will move forward with plan submittals and approvals. GMP has had the pleasure of being involved with Persea since its inception and, in collaboration with the client and entire design team, has developed common area spaces and elements that complement the lifestyle of the upward bound/young achiever demographic that will call Persea home. The contemporary design of…

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Hunter Cornhole Tournament Champions…Almost

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Members of the design community in northern San Diego gathered together April 26th for the 2nd annual Cornhole Tournament, and let me tell you, things got real. Although this event, spearheaded by Hunter’s Chris Roesink and Belgard’s Stan Jirovsky, is relatively new to the scene, it is a favorite of GMP employees, so we came ready to win. And we almost did. Highlights of this perfect spring evening at Viewpoint…

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