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Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen Chosen for Top 500 Influential Leaders

11/30/20 – SD Business Journal: 2020 SD500 • Special Edition • The Most Influential People in San Diego

Congratulations to Gafcon, Inc.‘s CEO, Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen, for his inclusion on the San Diego Business Journal’s list of the 500 most influential San Diego community leaders in its SD500 special edition released today. Those selected represent deep knowledge of their industries as well as charisma and leadership and are the driving force behind the economy and the community in the region.

    Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen is leading the $1.2 billion Seaport Village redevelopment, a 70-acre site on the Embarcadero. He is the project manager and co-developer along with Protea Waterfront Properties partners Jeffrey Essakow and Jeff Jacobs. Gafcon also is project manager for portions of a massive waterfront project in Shanghai. Gaffen has been involved in domestic and international construction for over 35 years, working for construction companies, construction managers and real estate developers.

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