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ra50: Jonathan Segal, FAIA

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Jonathan Segal is an architect/developer who does it all.

 

Jonathan Segal, FAIA

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  • on the boards: above it all

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  • k lofts, san diego

    An affordable project at the edge of downtown San Diego, K Lofts looks like any other progressive, market-rate building—which is exactly the point, says Jonathan Segal, FAIA.

     
  • the prospect, la jolla, calif.

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