Here is a list of projects in San Diego that are currently under threat of a Project Labor Agreement or environmental extortion.
Location: Chula Vista, CA
Projected Cost: $2 Billion
A resort hotel and bayfront development, includes 1,600 rooms, 400,000 square feet of convention space, and 200 acres of park lands and public spaces.
Location: East Village (San Diego)
Projected Cost: $100 million
Hilton plans to build a new high-end Canopy Hotel as part of the brands nationwide roll out. Property is planed for the northweat corner of 7th ave and Island ave.
Location: Downtown (San Diego)
Projected Cost: $1.6 billion
The 12 acre site is to be home to a 2 phase project which includes office space, hotel and retail elements. The first phase, which is said to be completed in 2015, would include 240,000 sq/ft of commercial office space along with a 1000 room convention style hotel, a 193 room standard hotel and about 35,000 sq/ft of retail space.
A federal judge on May 28 ruled in favor of a developer and the U.S. Navy, saying their plans to redevelop a 14.7-acre, four-block waterfront site in downtown San Diego can proceed without further environmental review.
The keystone in the Petco Park master plan, first approved eight years ago, is now a $250 million, 634-unit residential project, 51,000 square feet of retail space and "mews," a New York City-style "high line" and a 36-story tower with a paper airplane-shaped roof.
Location: Chula Vista (San Diego)
Projected Cost: TBD
The Chula Vista City Council unanimously approved an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with HomeFed Corporation which will help support the University.