The Port of San Diego’s latest general plan for the Chula Vista waterfront features a large hotel and conference center with 1,500 to 2,000 rooms. On the outskirts, there would be a combination of smaller hotels and up to 1,500 residential units.

The Port of San Diego’s latest general plan for the Chula Vista waterfront features a large hotel and conference center with 1,500 to 2,000 rooms. On the outskirts, there would be a combination of smaller hotels and up to 1,500 residential units.

City and port officials are setting the stage for the next attempt at development of the Chula Vista waterfront, even if Gaylord Entertainment decides not to revive plans for a $1 billion hotel and convention center that it abandoned in 2008...

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