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Downtown San Diego Redevelopment Projects Information

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Seaport San Diego (Seaport Village) Redevelopment

In 6-1 vote back in July 2016, the San Diego Unified Port District board decided to focus on Protea Waterfront Development’s proposal to convert 70 acres of prime waterfront property into a proposed $1.2 billion mix of hotels, shops and restaurants, a beach, aquarium and 480-foot observation tower called “The Spire.” The board [...]

Ritz Carlton San Diego Project

On East Village's Market street between 7th and 8th sits an empty parking lot. This block of land between The Mark Condos and Alta Condos was recently approved for a new mixed use development project that will include 2 high rise towers with 19 and 39 stories respectively. The towers will consist of the Ritz [...]

Intercontinental Hotel (Lane Field South)

It was recently announced that the Intercontinental Hotel will be returning to San Diego for the first time since 1987. The Intercontinental will be 19 floor high, 400 room hotel and cost roughly $219 million to complete (early 2018 completion date). Construction is expected to begin in January 2016. The hotel will be built on [...]

Navy Broadway Complex | Pacific Gateway

It was recently announced that the coastal commission dropped its lawsuit and is reconsidering the $1.3 billion, 3.25-million-square-foot plan (referred to as Pacific Gateway or Navy Broadway Complex) in exchange for new concessions from the developer, Doug Manchester. This was the second to last hurdle remaining in a long lasting battle and impeding this project [...]

Horton Plaza Park Expansion

Estimated to be completed by the summer of 2015 (plans got delayed several times), the 1.5 acre Horton Plaza park will cost an estimated $8 million. Westfield, the owners of the Horton Plaza mall right next to the park would then maintain the park for the next 25 years so it won't burden the city [...]

Expansion of San Diego Airport

The airport in San Diego is the largest single runaway airport in the country and as such a revamp and expansion of the airports services and amenities is in place. This project is called "The Green Build". This project helps meet the airport’s current and future demand for travel, while improving customer service and serving [...]

San Diego Convention Center Rooftop Park

The San Diego Convention Center Expansion project is on track for a late 2014 groundbreaking, thanks to the California Coastal Commission unanimous vote on October 10, 2013 to approve the Port of San Diego's application for a Port Master Plan Amendment. The amendment will allow for the expansion of the San Diego Convention Center, along [...]

Ballpark Village Downtown San Diego

Ballpark Village, 7.1 acres located adjacent to PETCO Park, represents the largest contiguous and undeveloped land remaining in downtown San Diego. The Master Plan calls for approximately 3.0 million square feet of mixed-use residential, retail, hotel and office development on the acreage. Once completed, the projects on these properties should represent more than $1.5 billion [...]

Makers Quarter Downtown San Diego

  Makers Quarters will be an urban mixed-use neighborhood with the East Village District of downtown San Diego located between 14th and 17th streets between Broadway and G Streets. The multiphase project is being developed by a joint venture of three firms known as Lankford Phelps Portman, which includes San Diego-based Lankford & Associates Inc. Developers [...]

Downtown San Diego Quiet Zone

Federal law requires train conductors to honk when approaching railway crossings and intersections. This all makes sense from a safety point of view but when you have a densely populated area surrounded by residential condominium buildings of all types and 13 railway crossings it can become a bit of a nuisance for those condo residents [...]

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