A HISTORIC TRIBUTE
The original home of the San Diego Padres.
It was a downtown, waterfront ballpark, built at the northeast corner of Broadway and Harbor Drive. They say location is everything, and that was, and still is, never truer than at Lane Field.
The new park commemorates the ballpark built by Depression-era workers for Los Angeles businessman Bill Lane, who moved his Pacific Coast League Hollywood Stars to San Diego in 1936 and renamed them the Padres. Its breezy waterfront location, coupled with San Diego’s blue skies and mild temperatures, made for ideal conditions to take in a ballgame where baseball greats Jackie Robinson and Ted Williams once played.
With the redevelopment of the location in 2016, a tribute to the original Lane Field is recreated in the form of a park with the outline of an infield, which highlights important dates in Lane Field’s history set into granite throughout the space.
This historic location is the perfect spot for both visitors from out of town and San Diego locals alike.
With a sprawling 50,000 square feet of space, we can host events with 25 to 3,000 guests, both private and open to the public.