March 1, 2022 – IN SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE: The $3.5 billion Seaport San Diego project now includes 105 acres of land and water area — and 2.7 million square feet of mixed-use development.
By JENNIFER VAN GROVE
With a more fully baked site plan and an estimated cost of $3.5 billion, the long-awaited Seaport San Diego project from developer 1HWY1 is now available for public examination.
Tuesday, the Port of San Diego released the Seaport San Diego project description, a 167-page document with development specifics and narrative descriptions for each of the project’s seven land blocks and five water zones. The document, which is more than five years in the making, will go before port commissioners at the March 8 board meeting where they’ll get to weigh in on — but not approve — the latest iteration of the mega project that promises to substantially alter the city’s front porch.
“We’re breaking the pencil, as I would call it, and cementing in place the final project,” said Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen, who runs 1HYW1. “It’s a one-of-a-kind, transformational mixed-use project on the water that I truly do believe is going to set the bar for other projects, if not in the United States then in the world.” Read More
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