By: Amanda Brandeis, 10 News San Diego
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - While still a few years away from breaking ground, San Diego's Central Embarcadero will be getting a major facelift.
On Tuesday Protea Waterfront Development updated the Port of San Diego on their most recent proposed changes :
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By Paul Krueger, 7 San Diego
Seaport Village would be razed, rebuilt and expanded, if Port Commissioners approve
A stunning makeover is in the works for San Diego's downtown waterfront.
The proposed $1.6 billion project would replace Seaport Village, a popular but aging collection of bayfront shops and restaurants along Harbor Drive.
Developer Yehudi Gaffen and his partners proposed a complete teardown and rebuild of Seaport Village.
It would also have a vast extension of the existing property to encompass 70 acres of land and water. This would span from north of the Midway Museum down to the area around Embarcadero Park.
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NBC 7 San Diego - Seaport Village may see a $1 billion redevelopment plan in its future. NBC 7's Monica Dean has more on what this could mean.
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By Jennifer Van Grove, The San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diegans would be forgiven, perhaps even applauded, for avoiding Seaport Village. Aside from the view, the 38 year-old waterfront property’s best pitch to consumers involves chain restaurants and trinket shops, seemingly only securing the approbation of cruise ship patrons and out-of-towners.
However, a grandiose plan to turn the prime real estate into a world-class destination lauded by locals and foreigners alike is currently underway. Called Seaport San Diego, the $1.6 billion project, backed in part by San Diego’s famed Jacobs family, was selected by the Port of San Diego in November 2016 to redevelop 70 acres — 39 land acres and 31 water acres — and is still in the beginning stages.
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