At no cost to city taxpayers, SDSU West would transform the stadium site into a walkable campus environment with housing, classrooms, a research park, hotels, retail and a stadium, featuring 90 acres of public open space and a river park.

Research &
Tech Center


River Park

Campus Expansion

SDSU West Vs. SoccerCity

Soccer City
Provides constrained SDSU with critical land for academic and research growth
Complies with environmental standards under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA
Gives voters the power to guarantee a River Park and dedicated open space
Allows for development of the existing stadium site to be planned through a transparent, public process
Delivers appropriate traffic infrastructure and mitigations consistent with the state’s environmental standards
Commits to a joint-use stadium that meets SDSU’s needs

SDSU: a Public Benefit for San Diego Since 1897

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.

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