Real Estate

Real EstateWelcome to the Real Estate section. The Port has some 600 tenant businesses with an extensive array of businesses surrounding San Diego Bay. These businesses include hotels, marinas, restaurants, shipyards, manufacturing enterprises and more.

The Real Estate Department provides development and asset management services for the Port’s Tideland Trust properties.  Real Estate’s responsibilities include partnering with the District’s member cities and stakeholders in the negotiation and planning of major real estate development projects, project management, property acquisitions, appraisal preparation, feasibility studies, lease negotiations, rent reviews, conducting ongoing market analysis, marketing available properties, plan reviews of proposed tenant development projects, and administering and enforcing tenancy document and other types of agreements.    

Real Estate also produces lease plats and legal descriptions for all Port tidelands parcels and maintains detailed records of tenant project improvements and utility easements.

For further information on District properties and leasing policies, please visit leasing information.


Carnitas’ Snack Shack to Operate Food Truck on North Embarcadero

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Fans of Carnitas' Snack Shack won't have to wait much longer to enjoy the popular restaurant's casual gourmet fare on the Port of San Diego's waterfront. Beginning the week of August 24, 2015, Carnitas' will be operating a food truck serving its "slow food-inspired, pork-centric American cuisine" near the site of its upcoming walk-up café, which is currently under construction at 1004 North Harbor Drive in San Diego.


The Fish Market Restaurant Back in Business after Rooftop Fire

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fishmarketThe Fish Market Restaurant, located at 750 North Harbor Drive on San Diego Bay, is now open after a fire forced it to close down on May 27, 2015. There were no injuries resulting from the fire, which broke out during the busy dinner period.

The restaurant sustained heavy fire and water damage and a plan to rebuild quickly took shape. It has been a popular dining spot for residents and visitors since opening in 1989 and The Fish Market's owners set a goal to reopen as soon as it was safely possible.