The Port of San Francisco's not exactly rolling in cash these days, but a new, $60 million cruise terminal could be on its way anyway to Pier 27, at Lombard and the Embarcadero. Well, it's planned anyway, which probably doesn't say much at all. The pier has lived through several planned revitalizations, with none of them having come to fruition: a shopping center and water recreation area, a waterfront office space, a cruise terminal (whose developer backed out), and now... a cruise terminal. Again. Still. According to Port staff, money to fund opening a new tourist hellmouth could come from the $150 million the agency plans to spend on infrastructure over the next three years.
· Port may build new terminal [SF Examiner]
· No Safe Harbor: Cruise Terminal Suspended [Curbed SF]