Seaport Village has always been a celebration of all things local, and now more than ever, we’re thinking about you—our friends, our neighbors and our loyal patrons who choose to spend your day with us time and time again.
To do our part, we are following the current regulations.
The Port reinvests the revenues from hundreds of businesses on our dynamic waterfront back into our communities and local economy, which includes public parks, fishing piers, cruise terminals and more.
The Port of San Diego and Seaport Village are working to increase foot traffic and enhance the visitor experience for locals and tourists alike, which in turn will increase revenues for existing tenants. Additionally, as current leases will be expiring Fall 2019, the Port of San Diego will explore conversations with existing tenants to renegotiate leases and longer-term deals.