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Remaking The Sports Arena



Remaking the
Sports Arena Site


A Place for
All of Us

MIDWAY VILLAGE+ is a new way of planning, a new way of growing, a new way of living. It creates a diverse and inclusive community with affordable homes and walkable amenities for all. Meet tomorrow’s San Diego.
Midway Village+ transforms one of San Diego’s least attractive areas into a new pedestrian VILLAGE anchored by affordable homes, sports and entertainment venues, park space and more.

The centerpiece of Midway Village+ is a new 12-acre Central Park surrounded by a variety of homes, businesses, walking and biking paths, a creek, and more.

More than half the homes are affordable or built for middle-income families. Midway Village+ also includes a new arena, soccer venues, plans for San Diego’s first binational school, and more. 

Midway Village+ will stand amongst San Diego’s greatest neighborhoods, promoting health and wellness, sparking economic growth throughout the Midway District, and carving a new path for our city. Midway Village+ is a place for all of us.



new homes


new affordable homes


affordable homes for low AND middle-income families


573 new middle income homes


seat SD Loyal soccer stadium


capacity new arena
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Affordable Homes for All of Us

Equity and Diversity

Midway Village+ provides housing options for all income levels, including a significant number of new affordable housing units — 1,780 in total. When you include our homes for middle-income families, our affordable and middle-income numbers increase to 2,353 units, or 55% of the 4,252 new homes called for by Midway Village+, a new walkable urban village that more than 9,000 San Diegans will call home.

Our focus is on building new homes — not just “housing units.” While raw unit counts matter, so too does the extent to which those units address the unmet housing needs in our community.

Within our affordable housing plan, we offer 856 two-, three-, and four-bedroom homes to accommodate larger and multigenerational families. We also are pledging to build dedicated homes for seniors while providing facilities for on-site preschool and childcare.

We are the only team with a plan that includes permanent supportive housing — 116 new homes, including 36 specifically for kids transitioning out of foster care. And Midway Village+ is the only team with a groundbreaking partnership with Habitat for Humanity to build 100 for-sale affordable homes. Midway Village+ also is the only team who has partnered with Space 4 Art to build affordable apartment homes for artists.

Our housing team is led by Toll Brothers, BRIDGE Housing, and MAAC. It also includes Waterford Property and Habitat for Humanity

A plan of this scope, ambition, and complexity will require strong balance sheets and diverse expertise. Midway Village+ delivers both. 

The process begins with Toll Brothers and its proven ability to coordinate with other builders – as Toll has routinely done on several similar projects – to maintain quality and consistency across a diversity of housing product sizes, styles, typologies and segments. BRIDGE, MAAC, Waterford, and Habitat will reinforce and complement these efforts. 

As a Fortune 500 company with a $11 billion balance sheet, Toll Brothers has a long and celebrated track record of master planning and housing development. In 2022, Toll will develop $1 billion in horizontal infrastructure (roads, drainage, pipelines, pads, etc.).for projects just like the Sports Arena redevelopment. No other bid team matches Toll’s experience and financial strength.

 BRIDGE Housing is one of only a handful of affordable housing developers in California that has experience building at the capacity planned for the Sports Arena site. The San Francisco Business Times recently named BRIDGE as Nonprofit Developer of the Year. 

Waterford Property Company has an impressive track record of working with cities in California to produce thousands of middle-income homes, and who in the San Diego housing world doesn’t know and trust MAAC and Habitat for Humanity?
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We believe public open space is essential to well-being. It’s why our plan started as an open space plan. Midway Village+ includes a new regional park that will serve as a “central park” for the entire Midway District. The community also includes a skate park, walking and biking paths, and a stream for everyone to enjoy.
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Sports Arena District

Midway Village+ envisions replacing the aging Sports Arena with a new arena that will provide a world-class destination for sports, music, cultural, and entertainment events. The new arena will have a capacity of approximately 15,000 fans with ability to expand.

Leading development of the arena district is Revitate, co-owners of the Sacramento Kings and key principals in the development of the awarding-winning Golden 1 Center and Downtown Commons mixed-use district in Sacramento. Revitate brings years of experience in professional sports, mixed-use arena development, and multifamily housing development to Midway Village+. 

Joining Revitate is CAA ICON , SPD Sports, MANICA Architecture, and Biederman Redevelopment Ventures (BRV). CAA ICON is among the world’s most established and experienced arena development advisors, having managed the development of more than 55 sports and entertainment projects, 2,000+ consulting projects, and nearly $40 billion in project values spanning 33 states and 10 countries - including all major arenas built in California in the last twenty years. 

SPD Sports is a full-service real estate advisory and development management firm specializing in arenas, stadiums, and sports-anchored mixed-use developments. Manica Architecture has designed stadium, arena, and convention projects totaling over $10 billion in construction. BRV is a placemaking consulting firm that creates, redevelops, and operates parks, public spaces, neighborhood streetscapes, and the public realms of mixed-use developments.

Together, Revitate’s team has experience with over $40 billion in development projects, including 65+ sports arenas and stadiums, and 70+ million square feet of residential, retail, dining, office, hospitality, office, and entertainment programming. Recent sports and entertainment projects include:

  1. Golden 1 Center and Downtown Commons (NBA) - Sacramento, CA (Opened October 2016)
  2. Chase Center (NBA) - San Francisco (Opened September 2019)
  3. UBS Arena (NHL) - Elmont, NY (Opened November 2021)
  4. TQL Stadium (MLS) - Cincinnati, OH (Opened May 2021)
  5. Allegiant Stadium (NFL) - Las Vegas, NV (Opened July 2020)
  6. Intuit Dome (NBA) - Inglewood, CA (Opening 2024)
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New Events Center

Midway Village+ includes a 3,500-capacity events center that will host concerts, performances, community events and more.

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“We believe we have the best plan and the best team, but this is a competitive process so we’re going to need your support to bring this plan to life. This is a plan designed specifically for San Diego but this process is just beginning, and our plan will evolve and become stronger as we hear from members of the community.”

David Malmuth, Project Executive

“We know the need for affordable homes and middle-income homes is tremendous throughout our region, which is why our plan puts such an emphasis on housing San Diegans can afford. BRIDGE is looking forward to creating a diverse and inclusive community with a variety of housing choices.”

Aruna Doddapaneni, Senior Vice President of Development, BRIDGE Housing

“MAAC is proud to be part of the all-star team that will bring Midway Village+ to fruition. As a catalyst of affordable housing for working families, we’re ensuring equitable access to economic opportunities for all San Diegans. Together, we’re building a strong and vibrant community we can all be proud of.”

Arnulfo Manriquez, President and CEO, MAAC

“San Diegans deserve a brand new world-class arena that creates new local jobs, new revenues for local businesses, and new access to the best sports, music, entertainment and cultural programming around. We’re excited to lead this foundational component of the Midway Village+ bid, and confident that a reimagined arena district can achieve the same kind of game-changing economic, environmental, and community benefits that our team has delivered in other parts of California and the country."

Kunal Merchant, Partner and Chief Operating Officer, Revitate

“Obviously we appreciate the investment in soccer by Midway Village+ and the opportunities it creates for the Loyal and our fans, but this plan and this team is about so much more than soccer. It’s inclusive and diverse and bursting with goodness. It’s a place for all of us.”

Ricardo Campos, President, San Diego Loyal

“I really like everything about this terrific project. The plan, the people, and the purpose are all exceptional. As the Executive Chairman of San Diego Sport Innovators, our team is proud to be a part of San Diego's future at Midway Village+. The dream, vision, and goal here blends sports, entertainment, park space, healthy living, housing, and so much more. This will create a wonderful and transformational pedestrian village that will propel the Midway District forward and distinguish it among San Diego’s greatest neighborhoods."

Bill Walton, Civic Leader

The high-quality jobs this plan will create are impressive and needed. Additionally, Midway Village+ creates a live, work, play environment for working families – something we haven’t seen in San Diego. This is an exceptional plan led by an outstanding team. We’re proud to partner with Midway Village+.”

Jeremy Abrams,
President of the Building Trades and Business Manager of IBEW Local 569

“Our members need housing and jobs and Midway Village+ delivers on both fronts. The numbers are impressive and so is the experience, vision, and feasibility of this team. The Laborers believe strongly in Midway Village+ and its plans for the Sports Arena site. This team cares a great deal about our community and workers and has our full support.”

Valentine R. Macedo, Business Manager and Secretary Treasurer of Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) Local 89

“The Midway Village+ team and plan are truly exceptional. The Council is very impressed with the team’s vision – one that demonstrates a deep and authentic commitment to generating thousands of high-quality jobs, new affordable housing, inclusive economic development, and a community within Midway that truly works for all San Diegans. The Council is pleased to offer its strong support of Midway Village+ and is committed to working with them throughout this process.”

Carol Kim, Business Manager of San Diego County Building and
Construction Trades Council

"We applaud Midway Village+ on their proposed redevelopment of the Sports Arena site. We are encouraged by their vision for a new arena, hotel, events center, soccer stadium, and entertainment district and laud their commitment to protect and create hundreds of quality jobs and economic opportunities for working families in our community"

Brigette Browning, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council and President of UNITE HERE Local 30

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Our team

We have assembled the best team with the best plan for San Diego. Our team has strong local roots but also includes leading experts from outside the region with decades of experience here in San Diego and across the globe. We are led by a best-in-class master development partnership blending deep local roots with global expertise, capable of delivering on each and every facet of the Midway Village+ vision: Toll Brothers, BRIDGE Housing, MAAC, and Revitate.
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