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Old August 24th, 2015, 11:16 PM   #1281
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First Quarter 2015 Ridership numbers for San Diego

Source : http://www.apta.com/resources/statis...rship-APTA.pdf

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San Diego / SD Trolley - 123,600 (2015)


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Oceanside / Sprinter - 9,400 (2015)
San Diego Suburbs / Coaster - 5,000 (2015)


Bus Ridership
San Diego / SDMTS - 186,900 (2015)
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Old August 26th, 2015, 04:59 AM   #1282
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Pinnacle lives up to its name: 46 stories high

Pinnacle International, the Canadian residential developer, doesn't have to hype the name of its latest project in downtown San Diego.

At 46 stories, Pinnacle on the Park is the tallest apartment building downtown.

And the 1,834-square-foot penthouses (plus 1,100-square-foot, second-floor decks) go for $10,000 per month.

The 484-unit tower with yellow highlights cost more than $150 million, the developer said, and a twin tower immediately north may open in 2019, its highlights painted red. Delayed by the recession, it took 10 years to complete.
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Old August 27th, 2015, 04:42 PM   #1283
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Town & Country getting $80M makeover

By the time the ambitious makeover is completed in early 2018, about a third of the current structures will have been bulldozed and in their place will be a grand new entryway and lobby, three new restaurants, a spa and, in the center of it all, a 2-acre water attraction, complete with a sandy beach, slides, waterfalls and a lazy river-style pool.

Also envisioned, although further off from being realized, are plans to develop on the eastern and southern fringes of the property four residential towers with more than 600 apartments that would coexist with Town and Country’s hospitality and convention facilities. As part of an entirely new master plan for the property, the hotel’s current 935 rooms, spread among two towers and low-rise bungalow-style complexes, would be trimmed to 688.
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Old August 28th, 2015, 04:27 AM   #1284
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Navy Broadway project clears coastal hurdle

The long-awaited redevelopment of the Navy's downtown waterfront property cleared its next-to-last hurdle Thursday with the announcement of a settlement between the Navy and the California Coastal Commission.

The commission dropped its lawsuit seeking to reconsider the $1.2 billion, 3.25-million-square-foot plan in exchange for new concessions from the developer, Doug Manchester, former owner of The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Manchester consultant Perry Dealy said the agreement leaves one more legal impediment to starting construction Manchester Pacific Gateway on the 12-acre site between Pacific Highway, Broadway and Harbor Drive.

The project would include 2.9 million square feet of office space, including a 351,000-square-foot regional headquarters for the Navy; 1,375 hotel rooms; a 40,000-square-foot museum; 213,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space; more than 3,100 parking spaces; and a 1.9 acre public park at the corner of Broadway and Harbor Drive. All would be built on land granted to the Navy by city voters in 1920 and leased in 2006 by the Navy to Manchester for 99 years.
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Study endorses bayfront center expansion

An eagerly awaited report analyzing the financial return on an expanded San Diego convention center reaffirms what its backers have long advocated: It needs to be on the waterfront.

The analysis, which will be formally released today, finds that additional convention space, no matter where it goes, will deliver an economic return. But it’s unequivocal in its conclusion that an enlarged center on the current bayfront site easily trumps a campus-like facility several blocks to the northeast when it comes to the dividends the city will reap.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the report, prepared by Convention Sports & Leisure International, is persuasive enough that he plans to begin work anew on a bayfront expansion project, with a goal of putting on the ballot a hotel tax increase to finance it as early as next year. Such a measure would require a two-thirds majority approval by voters.
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