Lane Field

Lane Field is located at 900 West Broadway in the North Embarcadero area of San Diego. The site is bound by West Broadway to the south, Harbor Drive to the west, and Pacific Highway to the north. The site has been a surface parking lot for cruise and general public parking since the 1960's and was formerly a baseball stadium known as "Lane Field" and the home of the Pacific Coast League Padres from 1936 to 1957.

A developer, LPP Lane Field, LLC, comprised of Portman Holdings, Phelps Development (a subsidiary of Hensel Phelps Construction Company), and Lankford & Associates, is working with the Port to develop the majority of the site into a 400-room, dual-branded hotel in a single building on the northern portion of the site fronting Pacific Highway and an approximately 2-acre public park on the western portion fronting Harbor Drive.

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Board of Port Commissioners Approves Conceptual Design for Lane Field North Hotel Project

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LaneFieldOct2012A conceptual design for the Lane Field North Hotel project has been approved by the Board of Port Commissioners.

The design by LPP Lane Field, LLC, calls for a 400-room dual-branded hotel in a single tower at Broadway and Pacific Highway, where the Pacific Coast Padres ballpark was once located.

The approximately $115 million Lane Field development would include a 250-room hotel brand, similar to a Hilton Garden Inn and an extended-stay 150-room hotel brand, similar to a Homewood Suites.

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Lane Field Hotel Development Plan Presented to Board of Port Commissioners

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LF HotelThe Board of Port Commissioners has received a developer’s preliminary project concept for a 400-room dual-branded hotel in a single tower at Broadway and Pacific Highway, where the Pacific Coast Padres ballpark was once located.

The concept was presented to the Board at its regular business meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012.

The approximately $115 million Lane Field development would include a 250-room hotel brand similar to a Hilton Garden Inn and an extended-stay 150-room hotel brand similar to a Homewood Suites.

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