By: Jonathan Horn, 10 News San Diego
San Diego (KGTV) -- The Port of San Diego may spend roughly $2.3 million to try to break the perception that Seaport Village is shutting down.
The aging, quaint waterfront center currently has 18 shuttered stores, mainly on its less visited east side. The mall is known for its souvenir and specialty shops, but has seen declining foot traffic in recent years.
Seaport Village is in store for a major redevelopment that could include a spire, hotels and an aquarium. The project, however, is five to seven years away.
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