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Projects

The Port's redevelopment and community infrastructure projects generate thousands of jobs and millions of dollars for the regional economy each year. The Port's environmental initiatives help to ensure that San Diego Bay remains a vital resource.

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Waterfront Development

The Port is pursuing development of the Central Embarcadero. This is a prime site of approximately 70 acres of land and water situated between downtown San Diego and the San Diego Bayfront. This highly visible and desirable area includes Seaport…
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Waterfront Development

The Port of San Diego and The Brigantine, Inc. are transforming one of Southern California's iconic, flagship waterfront restaurant sites - 1360 North Harbor Drive along the North Embarcadero. The Brigantine’s Portside Pier will offer dining options…
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Environment

Pond 20 is a parcel of land, located between Palm Avenue and the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge in south San Diego Bay. The Port is analyzing the potential development of 83.5 acres of it as a wetlands mitigation bank - one of many ways the Port…
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Waterfront Development

The National City Bayfront is made up of 273 acres of waterfront land and 167 acres of water and includes the National City Marine Terminal, Pepper Park, Pier 32 Marina, the new National City Aquatic Center and many pieces of valuable public art. The…
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Waterfront Development

Lane Field honors the treasured history of America's favorite pastime in San Diego and welcomes local residents and visitors from across the globe. Home to the Pacific Coast League Padres from 1936 to 1957, Lane Field is named after Bill Lane, the…
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