Gaylord seeks infrastructure concessions in Calif. deal

03/5/2008 | San Diego Union-Tribune

The proposed developer of a waterfront complex in Chula Vista, Calif., says the $1 billion project would create nearly 10,000 construction-related jobs and 3,000 permanent jobs along with a $383 million annual economic impact beginning in 2013. Gaylord Entertainment of Tennessee is negotiating development rights with Chula Vista and the Port of San Diego and hopes to have environmental approval from the California Coastal Commission in time for a 2009 groundbreaking. Current negotiations surround the $308 million in public financing required for infrastructure improvements at the waterfront site.

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