Welcome to San Diego Blog | August 8, 2017

San Diego’s Ballpark Village – Just Around the Corner to Completion!

JMI, former Padres owner, John Moore’s  development company, is really making moves lately with the headway of the highly anticipated Ballpark Village. The master-planned 24-block Ballpark District in downtown San Diego was approved by voters back in 1998 and was halted due to funding until it finally broke ground on April 17th, 2015.

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Located right next to Petco park, the development will feature a walkway mimicking New York City’s High Line Park. The entire $250 million project consists of 7.1 acres which was formerly the largest contiguous and underdeveloped land in downtown San Diego, but once completed, will represent more than $1.5 billion of additional construction activity in downtown San Diego. 

“We do great things in this City when we work together.” – San Diego Mayor, Kevin Faulconer

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The 3.0 million square feet of mixed-use residential, retail, hotel and office development will consist of:

  • 439 high end residential units (apartment rentals) in a 37-story tower
  • 274 residential units (rentals) in two mid-rise 6 and 7 story towers
  • 45,000 square feet of retail space
  • 12,000 square feet open air central plaza
  • 1,600 proposed hotel rooms

Construction of Ballpark Village is projected to be completed in 2018.

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