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Kunzel House Receives State Historic Designation

After the San Diego City Council overturned the historic designation earlier this year it looked as if another important landmark would be lost to an illegal and politically motivated decision. We are happy to report that architect Bob Mosher and his attorney were successful in getting the building listed on the state register. The Kunzel house is on the market again. The Cohn family, the owners who had hoped to bulldoze it, will now build their new Mediterranean home elsewhere. Not only has an architectural landmark been saved, but also the entire neighborhood has been saved from an adverse impact. This is a significant step in preserving our mid-century heritage.

2004 - Volume 35, Issue 4

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