Seaport Village Redevelopment
"Seaport Village, the quaint 36-year-old specialty shopping center on the downtown waterfront, would get a radical makeover under six different concepts that will be unveiled to the public Monday.
At the request of the San Diego Unified Port District, which controls the tidelands property, the developers, some employing world-renowned architects, have proposed aquariums, beaches, a Ferris wheel and observation tower; food halls, hotels and performing arts buildings; landscaped promenades and plazas; and as many as 2,400 parking spaces." SDUT
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I thought the redevelopment project would interest the readers of this blog. Everyone that lives in San Diego will be impacted by this project. And, if you are like me, you probably have fond memories of the original Seaport Village area.
Of the 6 development teams in the running which idea is your favorite?