Explore the developments we represent below.

New Construction

Upper Voltaire

Point Loma

4373 Cleveland Ave
San Diego, Ca 92103

A community created near the seaside, for exceptional coastal living. A highly anticipated collection of 28 new townhomes for sale, ideally located in the charming neighborhood of Point Loma. These new residences offer a phenomenal lifestyle opportunity. Sold out within 15 months of certificate of occupancy during a pandemic!
$589,000 - $799,000

Past Projects


Bailey Way

El Cajon Ca 92020
NEW CONSTRUCTION Planned Unit Development of single-family 3 + 4 bedroom homes with open floor plans and spacious bedrooms! Plank ceramic tile throughout the bottom floor that gives you the look of wood but with the maintenance and ease of tile! Quartz/Granite counters and wood cabinets make the kitchen perfect place to cook! The upstairs laundry room was thoughtfully designed to make your life easier!

$499,000 - $605,000

Top of Cleveland

University Heights

4100 Voltaire Street
San Diego, CA 92107

5 brand new construction townhomes in University Heights! All 3 bedrooms 2 1/2 bath approx 1,300 square feet, 3 levels with dumbwaiter from private 2 car garage on bottom, with bedrooms middle, and open living room/ kitchen layout on the top floor. Rooftop balcony with stunning views to the ocean where you have a built-in, gas fire pit, barbecue and solar panels.

$749,000 - $899,000xx



3415 Sixth Ave
San Diego, Ca 92103
14 Penthouse Units. Each residence has a private elevator vestibule in an exclusive one of a kind high-rise condominium building with only one residence per floor. Featuring panoramic city, ocean & park views, floor-to-ceiling walls & spacious living areas. Each residence is over 2,000 square feet in the newly redesigned Park One, situated on the Northwest corner of Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the United States located at 6th & Upas.

$930,000 - $2,100,000

  • The Savory Group was hired January of 2015 by 3415 Funding LLC to market the unique 14 story, 14 unit residential condo tower which foreclosed underdevelopment in 2009; formerly called Mi Arbolito which sits on the northwest corner of Balboa Park.
  • Challenges presented with the project included sub-par finishes, an HOA fee of over $1,000 per month, no amenities, undesirable parking, and a desperate need of a new public image.
  • March 2015; The Savory Group began their marketing under a rebranded effort, naming the project Park One and selling the top 2 floors beneath the penthouse for full asking price within the first 30 days.
  • Second quarter of 2015; two new significant developments came to market resulting in a reduction in buyer activity with feedback concerning interior property condition in comparison to the new developments in direct completion. The Savory Group proposed a renovation of the 9th floor, in which the team selected all material finishes, and managed the complete renovation.
  • Within 3 days of finishing the renovation, The Savory Group achieved the third sale, and obtained 10 new contracts, of which 6 were executed with a creative renovation package proposed by The Savory Group and built into the pricing, which improved the equity position of ownership.
  • The Savory Group maintained an onsite operation to manage the ongoing renovations for new homeowner satisfaction and maintain sales momentum.
  • The Savory Group was instrumental in obtaining project approval with Wells Fargo

Hillcrest Gateway


The city council approved the Hillcrest Gateway plan with a unanimous vote to deny the downzone, maintain density, and create a specific plan that would be implemented down the road to increase density. With this we were able to remarket the property and successfully sell builder that could now have confidence in the development opportunity and guide the community to the future Hillcrest deserves as a vibrant, walkable community.

Land Development Offerings



Mixed-use development site located in the center of Hillcrest, San Diego, California. This landmark development opportunity has been long anticipated by the community. This is an iconic property with a unique opportunity for a sophisticated developer to purchase this property now, prior to completion of the specific plan implementation to have input in the planning process do develope now under the current plan and be one of the first to break ground in this soon to be San Diego's best up and coming hot spots.

  • The Savory Group was hired July of 2014 by the Pernicano family to market the 30 year vacant site in Hillcrest as a development opportunity.

  • In September 2014, they began their marketing efforts of the property to the development community and obtained over a dozen qualified offers from local and national developers.

  • After selecting a noteworthy offer, Jeannine proceeded into contract negotiations in spring of 2015.

  • During this time, the community plan for the area was being updated and the Uptown Community Planning group made an effort to downzone from 109 units per acre to 44 units with a significant reduction in FAR, which would result in a substantial devaluing of the Pernicano property.

  • Contract negotiations halted and Jeannine proceeded with a density preservation coalition formed with neighboring stakeholders.

  • She immediately assembled a team of the best land entitlement experts in the city to contest the downzone by strategically approaching city staff and the Uptown Community with information and renderings to aid them in understanding the importance of maintaining density in the gateway to Hillcrest.

  • With the help of land entitlement expert, Sherm Harmer of Urban Housing Partners; Jeannine formed the Hillcrest Gateway Council (HGC) which consists of other Hillcrest property owners and land use consultants.

  • Throughout 2015, Jeannine continuously attended Uptown Planning meetings and spoke on behalf of the Pernicano family as well as conducted community outreach to voice our concerns and insight as the Uptown Planners were preparing to vote on the proposed plan.

  • She improved the balance on the Uptown Planners with the March 2016 elections by handpicking and endorsing candidates of which we successfully positioned two additional members to the board of the Uptown Planning Committee who are sophisticated in urban infill development and land use.

  • The city council approved the Hillcrest Gateway plan with 7-2 vote to deny the downzone, maintain density, and create a specific plan that would be implemented down the road to increase density. With this we were able to remarket the property and successfully sale builder that could now have confidence in the development opportunity and guide the community to the future Hillcrest deserves as a vibrant, walkable community.



Prime Development Opportunity in Santee within close proximity to freeways and shopping. 16 units per acre 43,560/16 = 1 per 2,722 sf total average on north Lot 121,968 - 6,620 (safety zone overlay) 115,348 / 2,722 = 41.6 units. A south lot may have the potential for a rezone.

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