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Links to articles about FS Investors and the ongoing effort to improve San Diego


San Diego Regional EDC Study: MLS Stadium and Mixed Use Development Economic and Fiscal Impact Study

This analysis estimates the potential Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the MLS Stadium and Mixed Use Development proposal, hereafter referred to as the Soccer City Program.


KPBS: ‘Soccer City’ Economic Impact Could Be Huge


San Diego Union-Tribune: SoccerCity: A $2.8B economic boost

SoccerCity could provide a $2 billion economic boost, not counting tax revenue...


San Diego Union Tribune: 'Paralysis by analysis': Likely alternative to SoccerCity?

If the city doesn't approve SoccerCity, it may end up with 'paralysis by analysis'...


CBS8: San Diego Investment Group Unveils New Qualcomm Stadium Proposal

The plan would be 100 percent privately funded without the use of taxpayer money and be acquired from the city at fair market value...


NBC San Diego: Stadium, Shopping, Soccer: The Proposed New Look of Mission Valley

We're starting with the largest parking lot west of the Mississippi and if we follow this plan...


KUSI: Detailed site plan for proposed MLS stadium released

It would undergo a massive transformation if the FS Investor’s vision comes to pass. Their detailed plan includes a new river park, commercial development and a Major League Soccer stadium...


KPBS: La Jolla Investor Group Presents Plans To Redevelop Qualcomm Stadium

“Ultimately, we will build 480 units of on-site affordable housing, 800 units of on-site student-focused housing and 3,520 units of market rate residential,” Stone said...


Unlike obstructionists, MLS group shows plan

Bravo, Aztecs. Playing hardball. As they should. However, they should careful to not throw out their arm...


Union Tribune: Former Charger DE Luis Castillo on MLS to SD and climbing Kilimanjaro

Hear from former Chargers defensive end Luis Castillo, who talks about the MLS to San Diego proposal and more.


The Mighty 1090: Landon Donovan: It Seems Pretty Obvious That This is a Slam Dunk

Landon Donovan on why the FS Investors plan to redevelop Qualcomm Stadium is right for San Diego, and why MLS can be successful in America’s Finest City.

Paid for by GOAL: San Diegans for the River Park, School Funding, Soccer and a Tax-Free Stadium - A Committee to redevelop the Qualcomm Stadium site, sponsored by MLS SD Pursuit, LLC, with financial support from Michael Stone and Peter Seidler. 7185 Navajo Rd., SD.