Rendering courtesy of San Diego Chargers
The Chargers in 2010 put forward this concept proposal for an East Village stadium, expected at the time to cost $800 million. The plan was scrapped after the state abolished community redevelopment funding that might have supported the city’s portion of the tab.

Rendering courtesy of San Diego Chargers The Chargers in 2010 put forward this concept proposal for an East Village stadium, expected at the time to cost $800 million. The plan was scrapped after the state abolished community redevelopment funding that might have supported the city’s portion of the tab.

— A San Diego Chargers stadium and an expanded convention center have been seen as competing downtown priorities for the past half-decade, both struggling to gain mass support...

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