Navarro Villas, an upscale condo in the Coronado neighborhood, has just been demolished.
The building, which is in Navarro, was demolished on March 1.
Its replacement, a four-story apartment complex with parking and parking garages, is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
The project was part of a $2.3 billion development project that was supposed to bring more than 5,000 new residents to Coronados, but many have been displaced or are considering moving elsewhere.
Many residents have been protesting the demolition of Navarro’s high-rise apartment complex, saying the project was not built to accommodate their needs.
“The residents who have lived here for so long are worried that the project won’t be completed,” said Antonio Rivera, a member of the neighborhood association.
Rivera said he’s worried that residents will not be able to find new housing or that construction will continue in the neighborhood, a neighborhood that has seen high-rises torn down and demolished in recent years.
“We are trying to find a solution,” he said.
The construction of the new apartment complex was completed in a matter of weeks, according to the city of San Diego.
The developers said the project will be more affordable for residents.
In the meantime, some residents of the Corónados neighborhood have taken to social media to voice their concerns about the demolition.
Some of the posts included angry calls for police to intervene, and the suggestion that the Coronsos are part of the “pestilence” of the area.
“I’m tired of the garbage, the filth and the dust.
This is what Coronos are known for,” one post read.
Others questioned the necessity of demolition and the project.
“They don’t need to demolish Navarro because they know how to build,” one commenter said.
“Why can’t they build the new development right in our neighborhood?
The people who live here deserve to be protected,” another said.
Residents have been living in the area for decades.
The neighborhood has experienced a high number of earthquakes over the past decade, but the earthquake that hit Coronas area on April 10 killed at least nine people and injured more than 200.
Many people were displaced and many more were displaced in the aftermath of the earthquake, including those who were able to return to their homes in Navaro.
The Coronacos are located in the southern part of San Francisco Bay.
Some residents have argued that the earthquake was caused by human activity, but other experts say it’s likely the fault lines that triggered the quake were triggered by a massive dam breach.
The San Francisco Department of Water Resources says it has not yet determined the cause of the quake, but it’s being investigated.
The quake caused some residents to evacuate.
Others, including a few people who had lived in the nearby neighborhood of Villa Park, took to social networking sites to share their concerns.
“As a former resident, I have seen the destruction of this beautiful community,” one person wrote on social media.
“This project will not only destroy the Villa Park neighborhood, but also the very spirit of this community,” said another.
The city of Navaro has been working on the Coronet development since 2013.
The development, which will include a hotel and apartments, was supposed be completed in 2018, but a court order was temporarily suspended because of an environmental impact study, the Associated Press reported.
The judge also ruled that the development could not be completed without a permit from the city.
“In order to complete the project, the city has taken all necessary steps to ensure the project is in compliance with the permit,” the city said in a statement to the AP.
“Once the permit is issued, the City is working to provide the permit and the required permits are in place.”