Are master-planned communities a development of the past? – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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9 with 830 sales, up 55 percent) and Ontario Ranch in San Bernardino County (No. 11 with 712 sales, up 50 percent). At 25,000 acres, Otay Ranch is nearly the size of San Francisco. Planning for the site began in the 1980s. More than 10,000 homes have

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