Balboa Park Restoration and Preservation

San Diego, CA

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Balboa Park has been long adored by San Diego locals and visitors alike. Much of the park’s original design and construction was completed in 1919, by architect Bertram Goodhue and later his assistant, Carleton Winslow, for the World’s Fair Exposition. Throughout the last century, JCJ Architecture (formerly Wheeler Wimer Blackman & Associates) has been commissioned by the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department to restore and reconstruct multiple historical landmarks within the park: Casa De Balboa, Casa Del Prado, East and West Arcades (Promenades and Plazas), The House of Charm, City of San Diego Palisades Building, Fire Alarm Building, Balboa Park Club, and the Lowell Davies Theatre.