Details, Density and a Dynamic Downtown

(photo by Alex Kacik, courtesy of Mission and State)

You might call them the four Ds. And they are only one part of the equation that is informing the magical Alma del Pueblo project.

As Santa Barbara recently learned in this in-depth interview with Alma del Pueblo’s leader Marge Cafarelli, context and community also have played a large role in bringing this vision to fruition.

Highlights of the interview include Marge’s take on the challenges of developing the property, how Santa Barbara might be Napa of 25 years ago and why small business matters.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy all the nuances of this deep-dive Q&A from nonprofit journalism project Mission and State. Please share freely!

Read the full interview here:

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