What was once the hub of transportation between Coronado and the San Diego mainland is now the site of upscale homes, shops, boutiques and waterfront restaurants. Before the San Diego-Coronado Bridge opened in the late 1960s, ferries were the only way to get to the island. Ferry Landing served as the point of destination for the ferries shuttling cars and pedestrians between the mainland and Coronado. Today Coronado Ferry Landing has been transformed into a delightful combination of shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. Pedestrian and bike paths run through the area. The high-end homes and condos along Coronado Ferry Landing offer spectacular views of downtown San Diego and the Pacific Ocean. The Landing and The Point are among the exclusive high rise buildings in Ferry Landing overlooking the bay. Ferry transportation continues to run between Coronado and downtown San Diego and takes about 15 minutes.