Architecture

The Jackson

The Jackson is a beautifully designed mixed use community in the heart of North Park. Situated on 30th street between El Cajon Blvd and University, the architecture reveals a story about the past and a vision for the future. The project integrates the restoration of two 90 year old Spanish Casitas alongside a new modern design including two levels commercial space and thirty one residences.

Walking down the main street, your eyes are drawn to dramatic roof cantilevers that hover sixty feet in the sky, framing in patinated corten steel panels, Japanese Shou Sugi Ban siding, and custom iron work below. A closer look inside reveals a courtyard inspired by the Pacific Northwest with ferns and pine trees resting alongside quiet reading benches and private balconies. The interior design includes custom cabinetry,  tile work accents and floor to ceiling views of North Park.

In a city that continues to expand with new creative energy, The Jackson is a model for balancing the beauty of history and the need for urban growth; igniting this growing community with a seamless connection between its residential and commercial spaces.

 

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  • Project Address:

    4130 30th Street, San Diego

    Project Owner/Developer:

    30th Partners / Forge Development

    Owner Contact Name/Email:

    Thayer Flynn / Curtis Micklish / Matt Bothwell -- curtismicklish@gmail.com

    Project Architect/Designer:

    Stephen Dalton Architects (Architect) / Micklish Studio (Building Designer)

    Image Credit:

    Brian Doll / Ollie Patterson / Jonny Alexander

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