Including where it literally stands in relation to the various expansion options, in handy map form.
Direct service from the trolley to San Diego International Airport is finally on the cusp of reality. Give or take 400 feet and a highway crossing.
El Cajon Boulevard is about to become a test case for San Diego’s vision of a neighborhood packed with dense, affordable urban housing. The question is whether public funds and community plans will keep up with the boulevard’s development boom.
A new survey found just 49 percent of San Diego’s land area is what Americans tend to consider “urban,” making it one of just three large American cities that are predominantly suburban.
City planners are moving forward with plans that might not make good on promises made to bring “smart growth” to a group of working-class neighborhoods southeast of downtown. That’s spurred at least one conspiracy theory.
Team spokesman says a December 2015 vote would not be possible in a “legally defensible manner.”
The stadium saga is now playing host to the latest CEQA showdown. The state environmental law rears its head often in all kinds of development deals across the state. Here’s why.
In a recent op-ed, Carl DeMaio seemed to advocate that the city should cut a large check to the holders of a lease on port land. We asked him about it, given what we now understand about how much those leaseholders have made for doing nothing on that land.
The mayor’s point man on the expansion project and the current chairman of the Convention Center Corp., Steve Cushman, is signaling he’s changing his mind.
The mayor and co. made a bold move in announcing they could, if the Chargers wanted, call a special election on the stadium issue for Dec. 15. But let’s be clear: They don’t want to have a vote in December. They merely said they could do it.