The City of Mobile, Alabama Cruise Terminal features a two-story, 66,000 square foot terminal,
state of the art security and an attached 500 space parking deck with six covered pickup/drop off
lanes and a pedestrian circulation tower with four elevators, escalator and stairwell. Conveniently
located in downtown Mobile, the terminal is close to numerous hotels, restaurants and attractions.
For ease of access, the terminal is .5 miles from Interstate-10 and 6 miles from the Interstate-65
and Interstate-10 junction. The Port of Mobile is Alabama’s only deep-water port. It moves around
54 million tons of cargo per year, a volume that consistently ranks the port within the top dozen
or so ports in the nation.
The properties are located less than four miles from The University of South Alabama,
also known as “South,” which hosts more than 100 academic programs on its campus in Mobile,
Alabama. South enrolls more than 14,000 students each year and has awarded more than 90,000 degrees
since its founding in 1963. Mobile is a regional center for medical care, research and education.
Nearly 13% of Mobile’s workforce is employed in the healthcare sector. Area hospitals include
general facilities, a children’s and women’s hospital, a private mental health hospital and a
rehabilitation hospital. Mobile is also home to a cancer research center affiliated with the
University of South Alabama. In addition there are many outpatient surgical centers, emergency
clinics, military personnel clinics, home healthcare services, assisted living facilities and nursing homes.