Here is a list of projects in San Diego that are currently under threat of a Project Labor Agreement or environmental extortion.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 02:42

Chula Vista Bayfront Hotel Development

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.


Friday, 17 October 2014 10:22

Canopy By Hilton East Village

Rendering courtesy of Hilton Worldwide

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.


Friday, 02 August 2013 12:06

Ballpark Village Project

ballpark villageLocation: Downtown (San Diego)
Projected Cost: $250 Million

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.

Wednesday, 31 July 2013 06:15

Sunroad Harbor Island Hotel Project

Sunroad Harbor IslandLocation: Downtown (San Diego)
Projected Cost: TBD 
Sunroad Asset Management, Inc. is proposing a limited service hotel on East Harbor Island. The hotel, totaling approximately 117,000 square feet, would consist of up to 175 rooms, limited meeting space, common areas, fitness space, an exterior pool and surface parking.  The proposed hotel would be similar in quality and amenities to a Courtyard by Marriott or a Hilton Garden Inn.
Thursday, 13 December 2012 00:53

Chula Vista University

chula vistaLocation: 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.

Tuesday, 02 October 2012 09:25

San Diego Naval Medical Center

Navy Medical CenterLocation: Downtown (San Diego)
Projected Cost: TBD
Sunday, 05 August 2012 19:24

Chula Vista Bayfront

ChulaVista BayfrontLocation: Chula Vista (San Diego)
Projected Cost: $78million -$130 million
The Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan incorporates a hotel resort and conference center; 1,500 multifamily housing units; restaurants; a mix of office and commercial buildings; and 238 acres of open space, including 40 acres of parks, trails, bike paths and buffers that will protect sensitive habitat. The proposed buildings would have a maximum height of 200 feet.
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 02:50

National City Bayfront

National CityLocation: National City (San Diego)
Projected Cost: $11.1 Million
The improvements include two projects: National City's Marina Project and Aquatic Center. The Community Development Commission (CDC) plans to build the $3.1 million aquatic center in Pepper Park, an area adjacent to the Sweetwater River Channel at the foot of Marina Way. Also, the $8 million Marina Project will include the construction of a deli, community meeting rooms, maritime-related office space, 244-slip marina, plaza area, boardwalk, and 223 additional parking spaces.
Wednesday, 01 August 2012 02:32

Chargers Stadium

chargersLocation: San Diego (San Diego)
Projected Cost: $25 million
The Chargers' lease expires in 2020 and gives the team from Feb. 1 to May 1 every year to notify the city of an intent to move. The team's cost to break its lease is $54.6 million next year but the amount falls to $25.8 million in 2011, which has led to speculation that if the team departs, it would do so in two years.