An investment team has put forward concept plans for the mixed-use “SoccerCity,” on the current Mission Valley site of Qualcomm Stadium. Plans include a new MLS soccer stadium that could also be used for college football and other events; a mixed-use district with restaurants, bars, stores and live entertainment; and 55 acres of parkland, including an expanded San Diego River park and community recreation fields. Renderings courtesy of FS Investors, Gensler

An investment team has put forward concept plans for the mixed-use “SoccerCity,” on the current Mission Valley site of Qualcomm Stadium. Plans include a new MLS soccer stadium that could also be used for college football and other events; a mixed-use district with restaurants, bars, stores and live entertainment; and 55 acres of parkland, including an expanded San Diego River park and community recreation fields. Renderings courtesy of FS Investors, Gensler

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Renderings courtesy of FS Investors, Gensler

— San Diego hasn’t even won a Major League Soccer franchise, but a local investor group vying to bring one to Mission Valley is wasting no time in branding their mixed-use project as “SoccerCity...

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