Proposals for Prime Waterfront Site

The Port of San Diego is reviewing six proposals for developments spanning 70 acres of prime property along downtown San Diego’s waterfront, including the site of local landmark, Seaport Village. Renderings of the proposals were released this week. Here’s a look at those visions for the waterfront site.

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Great Western Pacific and Santa Monica Seafood
Seattle-based Great Western Pacific and Santa Monica Seafood propose the Tuna Harbor Pavilion, which would include eateries, a seafood market and other vendors.
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Great Western Pacific and Santa Monica Seafood
This proposal also includes a Ferris wheel ride on a fishing pier, plus a fly-over ride and a maritime history-themed ride. See this full proposal here.
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Protea Waterfront Development/Gafcon
Plans for Seaport San Diego by Protea Waterfront Development include hotels and retail shops, plus a ride called The Spire.
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Protea Waterfront Development/Gafcon
The full proposal can be seen here.
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Manchester Financial Group and Dealy Development
A proposal from a group comprised of San Diego’s Manchester Financial Group and Dealy Development calls for a hotel, performing arts hall and a gondola ride at the prime waterfront location.
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Manchester Financial Group and Dealy Development
This part of the proposal, dubbed Celebration Place, plans to prioritize pedestrians over vehicles so more people can have access to the bayfront. This full plan can be seen here.
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OliverMcMillan
OliverMcMillan’s proposal includes hotels, a sports and entertainment venue and a Scripps Institution of Oceanography learning center and a performance space for San Diego Symphony.
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OliverMcMillan
This rendering shows the view from the marina toward Seaport Pavilion. More on this proposal can be seen here.
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McWhinney and DJM Capital Partners
The proposal from McWhinney and DJM Capital Partners includes hotels, a fitness club and a recreational marina. This plan also features eateries, shops and a venue for performances.
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McWhinney and DJM Capital Partners
This rendering shows the Water Promenade area of the proposal. More of this plan can be seen here.
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Ripley's Entertainment
Ripley Entertainment wants to build a Ripley’s Aquarium of California, with live marine animal exhibits at the location.
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Ripley's Entertainment
Take a look at the full proposal from Ripley’s here.
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