COAST CITIES — Flower Hill Promenade began renovations in 2011 to bring additional one-of-a-kind, high-end retail opportunities to the community. After a $30 million expansion, the first completed renovation phase of the existing center was ready for shopping in November 2012, with the opening of the Whole Foods coming in February 2013.Flower Hill Promenade will continue unveiling new phases through Spring 2013, creating a high-quality lifestyle center that enhances the community and provides significant retail amenities for locals and visitors. The new center boasts an additional 70,000 square feet of retail space and includes a discreet four-level parking structure that provides 430 additional parking spaces while welcoming restaurants such as Cucina Enoteca (sister restaurant to Cucina Urbana in downtown San Diego) and Sharp Rees-Stealy’s flagship North County offices to existing shops and restaurants.
Flower Hill Promenade’s new line-up of retailers will include:
— Whole Foods will offer 30,000 square feet with natural and organic foods and strictest quality standards in the industry, with a commitment to sustainable agriculture.
— Cucina Enoteca: A two-story restaurant featuring the same modern kitchen-meets-historic farmhouse concept as its sister Cucina Urbana.
— Core Power Yoga offering a variety of yoga styles for beginners and more advanced yoga students, and class times to meet any schedule.
Additional new sites include Chipotle, Burger Lounge and Sharp Rees-Stealy medical center with 20 primary and specialty care doctors and on-site lab and radiology services.
Flower Hill Promenade is the neighborhood’s shopping, dining, and entertainment center at I-5 and Via de la Valle, at 2720 Via De La Valle, Del Mar.
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