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  • 2nd Phase of Ballpark Village in St. Louis Breaks Ground

    The 700,000-square-foot mixed-use development is planned to contain apartments, Class A office space, a hotel and street retail and is expected to open in 2020.

    St Louis 19 December 2017 14:17
  • Petco Park’s $250M Neighbor Nears Construction Start

    The end of March saw Civic San Diego approve a development project near Petco Park, with construction set to commence later this month. The Ballpark Village development is one of the city’s largest planned housing projects, and is estimated at around $250 million. JMI Realty, the company responsible for the development of Petco Park, is partnering with Lennar Homes on the development of the master-planned district. Ballpark Village is located in the vicinity of the arena - currently the home of the San Diego Padres - that opened 11 years ago this month.

    San Diego 10 April 2015 19:54

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