The Island: With the clock ticking, SunCal races to repair image


So the developer has gone on the offensive, fighting to keep their plan for the Point alive by working to build support outside of City Hall. They’ve got until July 20, the day their exclusive agreement to strike a development deal with the city, runs out. SunCal wants to build 4,845 units of housing, 4.57 million square feet of commercial and civic space and 146 acres of parks at the former Naval base.