Liberty Station is a mixed-use development in San Diego, California, on the former Naval Training Center San Diego site. It is located in the Point Loma community of San Diego. It has a waterfront location on a boat channel off San Diego Bay, just west of the San Diego Airport and a few miles north of Downtown San Diego. The 361-acre (1.46 km2) project includes several distinct districts: a retail and commercial district, a promenade focused on nonprofit activities, an educational community, a residential neighborhood, a hotel district, an office district, and a park/open space area along the boat channel. The Naval Training Center site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and many of the individual structures are designated as historic by the city of San Diego. Dozens of the historical buildings are being adapted for stores, offices, schools, and other purposes.
The project started when the Navy announced in 1993 that it was closing the San Diego training center. The City of San Diego created a 27-member commission to determine what to do with the site. The commission developed, and the city accepted a detailed plan that served as the basis for a request for quotation from a master developer; The Corky McMillin Company was selected. The base closed with a ceremony on March 21, 1997.
The retail and commercial district of Liberty Station is divided into five sections: The Marketplace, Ocean Village, NTC Landing, Harbor Square, and Fitness Club. The Marketplace section is located on Truxtun Road, between Womble and Roosevelt Road, adjacent to Rosecrans Street; it is the most developed commercial area. The NTC Landing section of Liberty Station is located at Lytton Avenue and Truxton Road. It is accessed through the iconic gate off Lytton Avenue, formerly NTC’s Gate 6, whose image serves as a visual symbol for all of Liberty Station. The Harbor Square section of Liberty Station is located at Laning Road and Harbor Drive, across from San Diego Bay and Naval Base Point Loma. EZ San Diego Junk Removal
The NTC Promenade is a group of historic buildings being renovated to display arts, science, culture, and technology. It houses theater groups, dance companies, museums, galleries, and classes of many kinds. There are also several venues for public and private events, including the former chapel and former Naval Training Center mess hall.
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