Projects Like IDEA Changing Downtown San Diego Landscape

Known for being the hometown of fictional, yet legendary, news anchor Ron Burgundy and serving as the backdrop for film classics like Top Gun and Some Like it Hot, San Diego is perhaps best known for its laid-back locals and near-perfect weather.

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Topics: real estate investing, San Diego

What's Next for the SDCCU Stadium?

What’s in a Name?

The San Diego multi-purpose stadium is located in the heart of Mission Valley and has undergone several transformations in its 51-year history. Originally, it was known simply as San Diego Stadium, then Jack Murphy Stadium, moving to Qualcomm Stadium, and most recently, the San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU) Stadium. SDCCU ended up paying $500,000 for the naming rights through December 31, 2018 and was one of four bidders. The others were Gemini Sports Group, a Phoenix-based company that handles sponsorships and naming rights; Mitek, a San Diego-based mobile technology firm; and Traction Video, a San Diego-based video production company.

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Topics: San Diego

Horton Plaza has Big Dreams for the Future

Horton Plaza: A Brief History

Known for its avant-garde architecture, odd spatial rhythms, split-level walkways, and rich color schemes, the history of Horton Plaza is as complex as its construction. Nestled in downtown San Diego between Broadway and G Street, and 1st and 4th Avenue, this labyrinth-like outdoor shopping center was once considered to be one of California’s most interesting malls.

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Topics: San Diego

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