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Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of January 12, 2015, and beyond.
San Diego hockey fans, your long wait may be over.
The Port of San Diego’s Board of Port Commissioners is expected on Feb. 10 to discuss developer proposals to build a Ferris wheel near the USS Midway Museum in downtown San Diego, according to a port spokeswoman.
Sign-carrying advocates, including representatives of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, staged protests as local officials began their first reviews of a planned $100 million expansion of the killer whale habitat at SeaWorld San Diego.
The owner of the St. Louis Rams, Stan Kroenke, is joining forces with Stockbridge Capital Group, the owners of Hollywood Park, to build an 80,000-seat stadium to bring the Rams back to the Los Angeles area in Inglewood, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Some of the business events planned for the county for the week of January 5, 2015, and beyond.
hotels: Dual Brand Development Is Also Gaining Popularity
The San Diego region continues to get its share of large new luxury hotels whose developers intend to make a big splash in the market.
Tourism: Convention Center Still a Concern in Otherwise Bright Picture
San Diego’s tourism industry finished 2014 on historic high notes in the areas of local visitor counts, hotel stays and passengers making use of San Diego International Airport.
San Diego Convention Center operators are projecting $1 billion in regional economic impact from 107 events scheduled to take place at the center during 2015.
Some of the business events upcoming in San Diego County.
TOURISM: Local Park To Nearly Double the Size Of Killer Whale Attraction
Plans to significantly expand the killer whale attractions at SeaWorld San Diego apparently remain on track, despite a $50-million cost-reduction plan recently announced by its parent company that already has resulted in the pending layoffs of 108 employees of the Mission Bay marine park.
The San Diego Chargers said the team will remain at Qualcomm Stadium for the 2015 season, putting to rest rumors that last week’s loss to the Denver Broncos was the last time fans could see them play here.
Imperial Beach Resort LLC has purchased an Imperial Beach parcel for $5.5 million, with plans to develop a 79-room boutique hotel, according to brokerage company Lee & Associates, which handled the transaction.
Red O, an upscale restaurant with Mexican-style cuisine led by celebrity chef Rick Bayless, plans a 2016 opening at Irvine Co.’s The Plaza office campus in University Towne Center.
A federal judge ordered the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel to shut down its Internet bingo operation.