Cabrillo was the first tower we built at the Coronado Shores and designed with “interiors to match the beauty of the sea”. Along with all of the other condominium units at the Shores, units at Cabrillo Tower were originally built to include the following luxury features:

  • Floor-to-ceiling view windows in every room
  • Private master bedroom suites with spacious walk-in closets lined with extra shelves
  • Sliding glass entries to the balconies
  • Air conditioning (A/C)
  • Wet bars for convenient entertaining
  • Covered garage with extra storage area
  • Quiet high-speed elevators

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Cabrillo Tower

1730 Avenida Del Mundo

Coronado, CA 92118

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Mark TracyJesse Meyer
  • Roeder Pavillion
  • Cabrillo/Point Loma

Naming Cabrillo Tower

Originally, when this first Coronado Shores Tower went on sale in 1970, it was referred to as building Number One. There wasn’t a problem until the second building went on sale. Cabrillo, Building Number One, was on Lot Three and was described as Type IIA. The second tower was on Lot Two and was referred to as Type IA. Subsequently, the homeowners in building One selected the name Cabrillo Tower after Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, who’s ship landed at San Diego Bay on September 28, 1542 – this first building is a true commemoration to the history of San Diego and representative of its beauty.

Additionally, it is an indicator of the gorgeous Cabrillo National Park on the Southern tip of Point Loma, seen just across the Pacific Ocean/San Diego Bay from the Shores of Coronado. (See photo of Point Loma Peninsula below)

The Shores buildings are designated by the different vertical stacks. Each unit in a stack was originally built with the exact same layout, square footage, # of Bedrooms/Bathrooms and the same view, the only difference is they are on different floors. Ex: Cabrillo #709 & #1509 are both in the ’09’ stack. See the table below for information on Cabrillo’s units organized by ‘Stack’.

The building is conveniently located next to the Cabrillo Pool and the Roeder Pavilion/Lawn.

More information on the Cabrillo tower can be found at their Homeowners Association’s website:

(Click here for some Quick Facts about the Shores)

  • STACKS – Cabrillo
  • 01
  • 02
  • 03
  • 04
  • 05
  • 06
  • 07
  • 08
  • 09
  • 10
  • # of Bedrooms
  • Studio
  • 2
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2
  • 2 + Den
  • 2
  • Square Footage
  • 650
  • 1,329
  • 1,653
  • 1,319
  • 877
  • 1,223
  • 887
  • 1,319
  • 1,653
  • 1,329