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SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight, Part 4

In this series, SDSU sets the record straight on questions about its Mission Valley proposal.
By SDSU News Team
 

View the full SDSU Mission Valley site plan and architectural concepts at www.sdsu.edu/missionvalley.

San Diego State University proposes building a Mission Valley campus, a legacy project that will transform the city-owned site currently occupied by SDCCU Stadium into a mixed-use and medium-density campus expansion, creating spaces and opportunities for the regional community to benefit and enjoy. 

In this series, SDSU sets the record straight on questions about its proposal.

Q: What is the construction timeline for SDSU’s Mission Valley plan?

A: If given the opportunity to purchase the site, SDSU intends to begin construction in 2020 on the San Diego River Park and a multi-use stadium, while preparing the site for further development. The stadium would be planned for completion in 2022, at which time SDSU would demolish the existing stadium and the remainder of the development can begin. The completion of the full project, including the campus research and innovation district, housing, and hotel and retail development, will be done in a phased rollout. SDSU’s current estimate is that it will take approximately 10-15 years for full buildout.

Source: SDSU Mission Valley Plan (www.sdsu.edu/missionvalley)

Others in this series:

SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight, Part 1

SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight, Part 2

SDSU Mission Valley Plan: Setting the Record Straight, Part 3

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Mission Valley Reimagined

The River as a Resource

Driving a City Forward

A Vision for the Valley

View the full SDSU Mission Valley site plan and architectural concepts at www.sdsu.edu/missionvalley.