MISSION VALLEY, Calif. (KGTV) - The owners of the Riverwalk Golf Club have released plans for a major redevelopment.
The plan hopes to create mixed-use village of 4,000 units of housing, a new trolley station, retail, and office space.
Much of the existing golf course will remain green space, but will be transformed into a public park said Bhavesh Parikh, project manager for Hines Development.
Construction likely won’t begin until 2020.
The announcement of the $2 billion dollar project came a day after the Mission Valley Planning Group voted to move forward on drafting the new 30-year master plan for the area. It hasn’t been overhauled since 1985.