As you probably already know the CCDC is not functional anymore. The plug on the redevelopment has been pulled unfortunately so some projects Downtown were stopped.
Good news is that certain ones are still continuing on!
Horton Square project for example is well on it’s way! The old Robinson’s May building has been completely demolished! On it’s place there will be a new structure, projected to completed in just 1 year from the time the bids are out in June. 40 feet talk lumineers and 3 food and beverage pavillions are said to complete this brand new Downtown San Diego structure.
North Embarcadero Visionary plan has started already, phase 1 is under construction. The whole goal is to create a wider promenade from Broadway to B street; and eventually in next stages it would be moving up north from B street.
9th and Broadway project is also under construction, it will be a 250 affordable apartment project, with some units among these be dedicated to the homeless people. This project together with other formal permanent homeless shelters is designed to combat the homeless problem in Downtown San Diego and take people from the streets. This project is to be completed by 2015.
Another apartment building that’s coming on in east village San Diego is a building on 14th and Island. Should be 250 unit residential tower with a park to the west and children play ground, dog park, etc. ( This one seems to be very promising for East Village! )
There are also 2 new sites available Downtown that are ready to redevelop: 7th and Market and Park and Market. The city is really pushing some business oriented buildings in those two place, that would produce jobs, like possibly various technology offices, etc.