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Operators of The Lodge at Torrey Pines plan a $2.5 million renovation of the luxury resort’s casual restaurant The Grill, located adjacent to the city-owned Torrey Pines Golf Course.
San Diego International Airport in 2015 served more than 20 million passengers for the first time in its 88-year history, airport officials announced.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of January 25, 2016, and beyond.
The San Diego Tourism Authority is launching a $10 million multimedia campaign for the spring and summer seasons, targeting several major cities in the U.S., United Kingdom and Canada.
TOURISM: City Wants to Keep Carlsbad Group’s Convention
The Anaheim Convention Center is expanding its exhibit halls to 1 million square feet.
Sycuan Casino named John Dinius to its general manager post permanently, the organization announced on Jan. 21.
SPORT: Co. Brings Surf To Malls, Resorts, Opens New Sales Channel
Where can a person surf in 85-degree water and vote in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary? It really is New Hampshire.
PROPERTY: Convention Center Decisions Still To Be Made If Team Leaves
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.
SPORTS: Team Fields Efforts To Expand Mexico Fan Base
The San Diego Padres are stepping up their outreach efforts into northern Mexico, hoping to increase the fan base with games played in Mexico and an expanded bus program between Tijuana and Petco Park.
SeaPort Airlines, a Portland, Ore.-based carrier with routes in eight U.S. states and Mexico, announced that it was discontinuing service to nine destinations in California and Mexico, including San Diego.
Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke is borrowing roughly $1 billion from JPMorgan Chase & Co. to finance his planned stadium project in Inglewood scheduled for a 2019 opening, according to SportsBusiness Daily.
Local developers The Robert Green Co. and Fifth Avenue Landing LLC are proposing an 831-room, $270 million hotel, slated for the downtown waterfront site where an extensive expansion of San Diego Convention Center was previously proposed.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of January 18, 2016, and beyond.
SPORT: Will ‘New Chapter’ Be Same Story or Fresh Start?
City and county officials say San Diego has the opportunity for a “fresh start” in its quest to keep the San Diego Chargers in town after NFL owners voted down the team’s proposed relocation to the Los Angeles suburb of Carson.
City and county officials said San Diego now has the opportunity for a “fresh start” in its quest to keep the San Diego Chargers in town after NFL owners voted down the team’s proposed relocation to the Los Angeles suburb of Carson.