Park Circle Master Planned Community Approved by Board of Supervisors

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Touchstone Communities, a San Diego-based real estate investment and land development firm, today announced the approval of the 73.9-acre master planned community, located in Valley Center, California, by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. The community, known as Park Circle, will include 332 single family detached homes, a 4.2-acre commercial center, a 2.6-acre public park, 1.9-acres of private parks, and a 1.6-acre private recreation center.

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