SDSU's proposal would create a walkable environment that features 90 acres of public open space (52 percent of the entire site) and an expansive river park. SDSU is working with community partners to create a Site Plan that restores and embraces the San Diego River. It’s a plan that brings us back in touch with the beauty of this area.
A 2017 economic report showed that SDSU generates $5.67 billion in annual economic activity in the region, supports 42,000 jobs and creates $2.01 billion in income. Similar to the growth created by City’s sale of pueblo lands to UCSD 60 years ago, SDSU West will add new fuel to San Diego’s economic engine.Get the Facts
Throughout its history, San Diego’s oldest and largest university has financed and built many of their projects using public/private partnerships that take advantage of alumni contributions, fundraising efforts and revenue bonds. In their most recent project, the South Campus Plaza, SDSU funded the $143 million project with no state funds, tuition fees or taxes.Learn more