The building will house an interpretation centre focusing on the relationship between the port and city, along with a restaurant and library. The port authority headquarters will be moved to Moll Vell N°5, but its Board of Directors will continue to meet in the present building. Some elements of the site’s heritage will be preserved.
Many port buildings that are earmarked for conversion would be ideal for housing artisanal activities in the heart of the port city. Is this a new calling for the waterfront as an engine for the local economy and societal values?