The Manchester Pacific Gateway project Receives Final Approval from The National Environment Policy Act (NEPA)

March 30, 2016  |  By Staff Writer  |  💬No comments

San Diego, CA — The Manchester Pacific Gateway project has received final approval from The National Environment Policy Act (NEPA) for the planned $1.3 billion redevelopment of the 12.07-acre Navy Broadway Complex, in the works for nearly 10 years. Construction of the landmark is scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2016 with completion expected by 2020.

“I’m humbled and elated to accept this monumental responsibility for helping shape our waterfront district in the city that I love and call home,” said Papa Doug Manchester. “We have brought together the best architectural and development team in the world to ensure that every detail speaks to precision, elegance and style that will last for generations to come. I view this as an opportunity to recruit the best talent, businesses, retail, and hospitality to San Diego and to positively impact our economic growth and create new jobs. Manchester Pacific Gateway is a project for everyone, for our local communities and for people from around the world to see.”

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