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The Port of San Diego was created by the state Legislature in 1962 to manage San Diego Bay and surrounding waterfront land.
Published on July 6, 2009
The Port manages the working waterfront in San Diego Bay, where long-shore workers offload cargo for the region at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal.
The North Embarcadero is located along the harbor on the east side of San Diego Bay.
Published on November 9, 2010
The Port developed Coronado Tidelands Park and the hotel simultaneously in the mid-1980s with an eye toward creating an active and attractive waterfront. A pedestrian promenade stretches from the park and hotel past the Ferry Landing.
Imperial Beach is one of five Port member cities, managing approximately 400 acres of prime beachfront property.
Imperial Beach and the San Diego Unified Port District have partnered on several projects to revitalize some of the popular oceanfront areas, including the landmark Imperial Beach Pier.
A view of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge which spans the San Diego Bay.
In National City, the Port manages Pepper -- a recreational haven for families, boaters and fishermen.
Published on July 7, 2009
One of the Port’s largest tenants, NASSCO and other industrial businesses along the waterfront provide 42,000 jobs to the San Diego region.
The waterfront 760,000-square-foot San Diego Convention Center opened in 1989 and cost $165 million.
Published on May 9, 2013
The Port's Maritime division oversees a host of services including cargo, cruise information, and customs clearance assistance.
The Tenth Ave Marine Terminal is situated along the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge and is in the center of commercial shipping activity.
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