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A Deep Dive into the San Diego Fishing Industry

7/31/19 – A Deep Dive into the San Diego Fishing Industry A little market, some big boats, and a $2 billion project are poised to revive San Diego’s commercial fishing industry San Diego Magazine | By TROY JOHNSON | PHOTOGRAPHY BY DEWEY KEITHLY “The beginning was tough—they didn’t trust us,” says Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen, CEO …read more

BIG proposes 500-foot observation tower for San Diego

7/23/19 – BIG proposes 500-foot observation tower for San Diego Archinect News By Antonio Pacheco Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and developers 1HWY1 have proposed a 500-foot cylindrical observation tower for San Diego’s waterfront Central Embarcadero as part of a massive $2.4 billion Seaport San Diego project. The part-hotel, part-theme park development could include 385 hotel …read more

BIG-designed observation tower could include a vertical aquarium

7/25/19 – Could this 500 foot, Bjarle Ingels-designed observation tower rise in San Diego? The tower would be part of the $2.4 billion Seaport San Diego project. HIGH-RISE CONSTRUCTION | DAVID MALONE, ASSOCIATE EDITOR A new 500-foot observation tower from Bjarke Ingels Group could grace San Diego’s waterfront Central Embarcadero in the near future… if …read more

Vertical aquarium could be an iconic addition to San Diego waterfront

7/23/19 – Vertical aquarium could be an iconic addition to San Diego waterfront Attractions Management By Andy Knaggs A 170,000sq ft (51,816sq m) vertical aquarium is one of the ideas being considered for a proposed 500ft-high (152m) observation tower at the centre of a development project on the California coast at San Diego. Seaport San …read more

Seaport San Diego tower is like nothing else on California’s coast.

7/22/19 – Seaport San Diego tower is like nothing else on California’s coast. That’s the problem The San Diego Union Tribune By Jennifer Van Grove A proposed observation tower at the edge of Pacific Highway is a polarizing symbol of change that could make or break the larger, $2.4 billion redevelopment effort planned for downtown’s …read more

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