As a native San Diegan and neighborhood local in Kensington and Normal Heights, it has always been a big concern of mine to be able to have a walkable/bikeable neighborhood. The Adams Ave corridor is really working in that direction! First the installation of bike lanes and pedestrian light up crosswalks and now the new bike trail to Mission Valley!
The path starts at the I-15 and Adams Ave taking you north along the I-15 and then connects you with Camino Del Rio south. As a biker myself, it has always been a big concern when trying to ride into Mission Valley. There is no real safe way down the hill. Texas St was the best route but was a "leg killer" on the way home leaving me drenched in sweat.
The path will vary in width between 12 and 18 feet allowing ample room for 2 way traffic. It is costing the city $15.6 million and is set to be completed in September.
Hopefully, this will help increase the bicycle traffic and create more awareness by drivers.
What does this mean for your home value? In my opinion it just adds one more selling point to potential buyers creating a higher desirability, which will help keep your home prices strong. We are seeing Normal Height's growing in popularity. Homes are flying off the market.
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