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Westfield Corporation just received the City Council go-ahead for a $900 million renovation of its University Town Center property, and now it’s hoping to undertake a similar project with its Mission Valley mall.
The Australian retail property group submitted an application to the City of San Diego today, in order to amend the Mission Valley Community Plan so that the property’s designation will include residential and office units, in addition to commercial space.
“The proposal calls for an additional 500,000 square feet of retail, 450,000 square feet of office space or a hotel, and 250 residential units, all on the existing footprint,” Westfield said in a press statement.