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Port of San Diego Seeks Public Input for Seaport Redevelopment

The Port of San Diego is seeking public review and input on what to study as part of the environmental review process for the proposed Seaport San Diego redevelopment. A development team was selected in 2016 to redevelop a large portion of the Central Embarcadero including Seaport Village, Tuna Harbor, Embarcadero Marina Park North and Ruocco Park, and the Port of San Diego is the lead agency in preparing the Environmental Impact Report for the proposed redevelopment project.

1HWY1, the development team, is proposing a mix of uses including extensive plazas, parks and promenades; piers and marinas; hospitality, retail and restaurants; commercial fishing uses; multiple visitor attractions; an urban beach; and educational uses. The proposed project covers approximately 39 acres of land and 63 acres of water.

The Port has scheduled two public scoping meetings: an in-person one on Sept. 27, and a virtual one on Sept. 28. Additionally, written comments will be accepted through Oct. 16.

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