Callahan Point is a district in southwestern Portland, Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto Advance and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. It borders Atlantic Quays to the east, Chinatown and Trenton to the north, and an unspecified body of water to the south and west.
Callahan Point is the southwesternmost district in Portland, distinguished by its underdeveloped state, although it does feature a large building at the northern edge, and notably houses the Portland end of the similar named Callahan Bridge, which is completed sometime between 1998 and 2001.
Prominent landmarks in the district include only the Greasy Joe's (GTA III)/Rusty Brown's Ring Donuts (GTA Liberty City Stories) diner and the Triad's Turtle Head Fish Factory (with parked Belly-Up Fish & Seafood Processing Plant Triad Fish Vans) (GTA III)/unnamed Leone Family warehouse (GTA Liberty City Stories). Other than these locales, much of Callahan Point is heavily vegetated, with the coastline lined by seawalls. The district also features a tunnel that leads to a wooden jetty.
Prominent appearances in missions
Callahan Point is repeatedly used in a number of missions.
In GTA III, Claude collects a vehicle with a Forelli Family gang member in the boot in the mission "Dead Skunk in the Trunk" and destroys the Triad processing plant in the mission "Blow Fish". He and Maria Latore also flee Portland from the district, heading to Staunton Island, in the mission "Last Requests".
In GTA Liberty City Stories, Toni Cipriani photographs Giovanni Casa, who is wearing an underwear in front of prostitutes, in the mission "Snappy Dresser" and then collects money from the burned-down Leone Family warehouse in the mission "The Trouble With Triads".
GTA Liberty City Stories