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Old San Diego Police Headquarters (1939)

This beautiful Spanish Revival landmark remains in serious peril from the aspirations of both the San Diego Unified Port District and developers of the Hyatt Hotel and Seaport Village. This WPA built structure was designed by master architects, the Quayle Brothers and Alberto Treganz. It offers 110,000 square feet of highly reusable space with a courtyard rich in character. Several politicians are on board for preservation, and a list of potential developers stand at the ready to restore, redevelop and utilize financial incentives afforded a National Register site. Still, the Port remains committed to a park plan that would occupy most of the site, requiring demolition of at least half the building.

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2476 San Diego Avenue · San Diego CA 92110 · Phone (619) 297-9327
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