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Mission Valley is a wide river valley trending East-West in San Diego, California, through which the San Diego River flows to the Pacific Ocean. For planning purposes the city of San Diego divides it into two neighborhoods: Mission Valley East and Mission Valley West.
Mission Valley was the site of the first Spanish settlement in California, established in 1769. Today Mission Valley serves as an important shopping and entertainment center for San Diego. Three major shopping malls located in Mission Valley are Fashion Valley Mall, Hazard Center Mall and Westfield Mission Valley. Many other commercial developments can be found in the valley as well, including smaller shopping plazas, auto malls and vocational schools. Additionally, a large concentration of condominiums and apartments can be found in the area due to it’s centralized proximity.
Snapdragon Stadium, soon to be home of the San Diego State University (SDSU) Aztecs football teams, is located in Mission Valley East near the I-8/I-15 interchange. At the outlet of Mission Valley lie SeaWorld, Mission Bay, and other San Diego attractions including Mission Valley’s latest master planned community: Riverwalk San Diego. Riverwalk San Diego, a $3 billion, 200-acre transit-oriented village, will provide a mix of park space, 4,300 multifamily units, 150,000 square feet of retail and one million square feet of office space that capitalizes on San Diego’s indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Additionally, it will add more than 100 acres of outdoor space at Riverwalk to the community, including an 80-acre public park, and rehabilitate a large portion of the San Diego River, which runs through the project.