The burgeoning renaissance of Downtown San Diego’s waterfront hinges on the successful revitalization of the outdated Seaport Village. The 70-acre site, consisting equally of land and water, will become a vibrant new neighborhood and an extension of the city’s urban grid to the water’s edge. A signature new riviera/promenade will be the seam between land and water, an armature tying together major new national attractions, marinas and piers, waterfront dining, entertainment, and local retail.
Perkins Eastman Principal Vaughan Davies successfully led the multi-disciplinary team of architects, planners, and landscape designers selected by the developer to re-imagine the site for the city, port, and private developer with this $2 billion investment.
Having been designated by the Port of San Diego, the development team is currently in the process of negotiating lease terms and refining the concept plan. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2024.