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One of the few non-city or team-related faces to have emerged in the San Diego Chargers downtown football stadium search is the mustachioed mug of long-time East Village real estate player Bob Sinclair.

Sinclair owns the Wonder Bread building, which sits on top of land targeted for the proposed stadium.

Our partners at the Media Arts Center produced a video on Sinclair and the Wonder Bread building. In the interview, he raises a concern I hadn’t heard before. A new football stadium could wipe out a chunk of downtown land that Sinclair said was now planned for high-rise residential development. Sinclair added he wasn’t sure where the city could find other land that’s zoned similarly.


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