Sandestin is a condo in San Diego, California, that has been a hot topic in recent years due to the popularity of Airbnb, a platform that connects people to apartments for short-term rentals.
Sandestins are typically made of hardwood or wood beams that are reinforced with steel reinforcement plates and have a floor plan with a loft, two bedrooms and one bathroom.
According to a statement from the San Diego Department of Construction and Inspections, the San Francisco-based company that owns Sandestinas, is now in talks with the city over the possibility of offering a condo program.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer is said to be interested in Sandestinias potential, but has not made a decision on it yet.
San Francisco is home to a number of Airbnb rentals, including the popular San Francisco Bay Area hotspot.
Airbnb has said that it wants to be able to “make a positive impact on the local economy and San Francisco residents.”
But Airbnb’s relationship with San Francisco has been rocky at best.
The company has also faced a series of legal challenges in the state over how it manages its own properties.
For example, a lawsuit in May 2017 was filed against Airbnb by the San Mateo County Supervisor of Elections over its failure to collect data on people who wanted to host Airbnb events.
And in November 2018, the Federal Trade Commission filed an antitrust lawsuit against Airbnb over how the company deals with customers.
The complaint claims that the company is “unfairly” charging customers for access to their properties, and that its policies are “discriminatory.”
It also says that the Airbnb platform “lacks any clear and conspicuous privacy or data protection measures.”
Airbnb has responded to those concerns, pointing to its own data privacy policies and saying that it will work with the San Jose City Council to update the policies to make them more inclusive.
Airbnb, which is owned by the same parent company as Airbnb, also has a long history of trying to regulate the company.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported in December 2017 that Airbnb had attempted to shut down San Francisco’s largest housing provider, Mission Housing.
The companies’ attempts to regulate Airbnb in San Francisco have also met with criticism from some members of the housing industry.
Airbnb announced that it would be re-evaluating its policy in San Jose, and said that its policy “will not be a platform for unlawful discrimination.”
However, the company has acknowledged that it has “made significant progress” in San Mateos efforts to regulate and curb Airbnb.
According the San Fransisco Chronicle, Airbnb is also exploring the idea of offering rental insurance to help offset the cost of housing.