The lease held by current operators of Seaport Village is set to expire in 2018, and the port district is seeking developer proposals for new elements. Photo courtesy of Unified Port of San Diego

The lease held by current operators of Seaport Village is set to expire in 2018, and the port district is seeking developer proposals for new elements. Photo courtesy of Unified Port of San Diego

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The port district is looking to redevelop 70 acres of land and water along downtown San Diego’s Central Embarcadero, including the site that currently houses Seaport Village. Map courtesy of Unified Port of San Diego

— The Unified Port of San Diego has no shortage of companies looking to be part of what eventually replaces the iconic Seaport Village, on a portion of the downtown San Diego waterfront that spans 70 acres...

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