So, the little leaf linden is one of 3-4 you might encounter. They are medium to large deciduous trees, 60-70 feet, typically pyramidal in youth becoming a little more rounded with age. Overall a pyramidal tree however there are several cultivars available in the trade so they will likely be different. Lindens all have very distinct leaves and an interesting way of hang their flowers and fruit.
Twigs are smooth, gray green sometimes turning redish in winter. May have glaucous bloom.
Fruit is a nutlet in groups of 5-7. Slightly ridged, and still attached to the flower bract. (Small nut-like drupe according to many references.)
Other Lindens maybe. Smaller leaves than others but not always. Look at the lower surface.
304 Escalona (small 2010)
along Capitola Dr from about 17th to 7th, usually two of three trees in the center divider
200 block of Mission Blvd close to the Plaza
Parking lot of the Chase Bank on the corner of Water and Ocean.
1416 Broadway, Largest by far.