Downtown San Diego city voters will have a chance of having their voices heard in November after the City Council voted Monday night that the new Downtown San Diego City Hall project was to be put on the ballot, where a simple majority can approve construction.
Three years ago, the version of the new proposed Downtown San Diego City Hall was initiated to cost taxpayers $432 million. After eight months of negotiating, Jerry Sanders is planning to announce a deal that will cost far less that the original estimate. The proposed 293.5 million project will be a 19th story building with 576,000 square feet located at C Street and First Avenue on the border of the Gaslamp District and the Little Italy District.
To read more about this project click on www.ccdc.com and to read 92101 Urban Living’s former blog click on Proposed Downtown San Diego City Hall – Will Cost Less.