The Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier

NOTE: This project is now complete. Please visit the Port Pavilion website.

One of the Port of San Diego’s key goals is to enhance and sustain a dynamic and diverse waterfront, while protecting the Tidelands Trust resources. This requires an important balance of economic benefits, community services, environmental stewardship, and public safety on behalf of the citizens of California.

This section contains updates on construction of the new Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, a multi-use facility.  Jaynes Corporation, is the contractor for the project. Designed by Bermello Ajamil and Partners, Inc., the 52,000-square foot cruise ship terminal will be a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED)–certified building.

Construction is estimated to cost $21.1 million and is scheduled for completion in December 2010.

Key Points:

  • Multi-use facility that will serve the public as a space for events and gatherings
  • Cruise Ship Terminal that will accommodate 2,600 passengers
  • Shore Power System
  • Designed to be the Port's first "green" building (photovoltaic system, reflective roof paint, low-flow toilets, urinals and faucets)
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Port Pavilion to Welcome First Cruise Ship December 22

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Pavilion Dedicated During Public Celebration, Dec. 18

The Port of San Diego's new Pavilion on Broadway Pier welcomes its first cruise ship on Wednesday, December 22, 2010, when Holland America's 1,400-passenger Rotterdam docks at the $28 million cruise and event center to embark and disembark passengers.The Port of San Diego's new Pavilion on Broadway Pier welcomes its first cruise ship on Wednesday, December 22, 2010, when Holland America's 1,400-passenger Rotterdam docks at the $28 million cruise and event center to embark and disembark passengers.

The grand opening of the Port Pavilion was on Saturday, December 18, 2010. A day-long public open house was held, allowing community members to become familiar with the region's newest "green," or environmentally-friendly, building.


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Media Invited To Preview Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier on Dec. 17

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The Port of San Diego will host a media tour Friday, Dec. 16 to preview the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, the Port’s new cruise ship terminal and public events center.The Port of San Diego will host a media tour Friday, Dec. 17 to preview the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier, the Port’s new cruise ship terminal and public events center.

The behind-the-scenes tour will begin at 10 a.m. Members of the media will have the opportunity to view the two-story, 52,000 square foot building, which has room for approximately 2,500 passengers. With a saw-tooth roof, blue glass, iconic pylon at its front and colors reminiscent of San Diego Bay, the new Pavilion will be a place where the public can gather for special events on days when there isn’t a ship in port.