At 30th and Upas, the North Parker is the latest mixed-use project by Jonathan Segal, one of our favorite San Diego architects. The second-floor residential units are ready for move-in, while work continues in the first-floor commercial spaces.
At the corner, you can’t miss where Consortium Holdings is working on its second Underbelly ramen restaurant. They hope to open by summer.
We kind of have a thing for the way CH Projects lets everyone know they’re moving in. What a tease.
Modern Times will open its 16-tap tasting room by mid-May. We’re particularly excited about this one. They were working on the inside when we stopped by.
A third location for coffee shop Influx is in the works as well. Their Little Italy shop is one of our favorite places to grab a sandwich on yummy focaccia, so we’re pleased that they’re expanding.
If you’re interested in living here, you’ll have to fork out $2,300–$2,700/month for one of the 900-to-1200-square-foot lofts. The rates don’t surprise us for these ultra modern floorplans.
Rounding out a solid group of tenants is Tacos Perla, which will serve authentic street tacos. Once all of the North Parker opens by summer, expect this to be another hotspot in booming North Park.