Plaza de Acacias in Rancho Santa Fe slated for completion this summer

By Karen Billing

Construction continues on Rancho Santa Fe Village’s newest addition, Plaza de Acacias, which is on the corner of El Tordo and Avenida de Acacias. The new building should be complete by late June or July, according to developer Mike Grehl.

“Construction is moving along smoothly, although the recent rains were a bit of a challenge,” said Grehl.

Plaza de Acacias will be a 6,170-square-foot, two-story building with archways, detailed stucco and wrought iron features that mimic the Lilian Rice architecture of the village.

There will be no residential element to the project and customers will be able to utilize the 21 parking spaces adjacent to the site behind Wells Fargo and Union Bank.

According to Grehl, the building could accommodate anywhere from a single user up to four tenants.

“I don’t have an update on tenants at this time but there has been a great deal of interest,” Grehl said.

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