The Port of San Diego announced Tuesday it wants a low-cost lodging development such as a hostel or micro hotel on a three-acre site near the airport.
The port said the project is prompted by “efforts to ensure that all Californians and visitors from a variety of backgrounds and incomes are able to enjoy the area’s full range of coastal experiences.”
The site is on the northeast corner of Pacific Highway and West Palm Street, near San Diego International Airport and a short walk from the Middletown Trolley Station.
The port has issued a request for proposals covering a hostel, budget hotel or micro concept such as capsule or pod lodging.
Proposals from qualified developers are due on March 7.
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