Pasadena terminal's price tag now: $37 million higher
Houston — The Houston Chronicile is reporting; Port officials already navigating rocky political waters are facing a new storm after recalculating a higher price tag for a cruise terminal that has no cruises.
The 2-year-old Bayport Cruise Terminal in Pasadena, which has yet to attract a regular cruise ship caller, cost $108.4 million, according to a document provided Thursday at the request of a constituent of Harris County Commissioner Steve Radack.
Port of Houston Authority officials had previously said the project cost $71 million, about $10 million less than it had estimated before construction.
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