Over the coming years, the San Pedro Waterfront is expected to become a regional hub of commercial activitity, thanks to the $500 million AltaSea Marine Research Center and the planned redevelopment of the Port o' Call Village. Now, the City of Los Angeles is exploging the possibility of adding apartments and hotel rooms to the mix.
According to a memo from the Los Angeles City Council, the City's Harbor Department and Economic Workforce and Development Department have hired a consultant to study the feasibility of developing multiple publicy-owned properties along the waterfront. The report, which also encompasses parts of Wilmington and Downtown San Pedro, will explore the possiblity of building hotels, resorts, single-family residences, townhomes and condominiums to serve a wide range of income levels.
Properties covered by the study include:
- Outer Harbor (3011 Miner Street, Berth 46, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Cabrillo Marina Way/Parking Lots (2293 Miner Street, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Warehouse #1
- LA Waterfront Parking Lots located between the Vincent Thomas Bridge on the North and the Cabrillo Marina/Outer Harbor on the South
- Cabrillo Beach Youth Watersports Center (3000 Shoshonean Road, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- 100-140 N. Avalon, Wilmington, CA
- 137-147 N. Avalon, Wilmington, CA
- 203-221 N. Avalon, Wilmington, CA
- 200 N. Avalon, Wilmington, CA
- Cabrillo Marine Aquarium (3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Los Angeles Maritime Museum
- Berth 84 (at 6th Street and Harbor Boulevard) San Pedro, CA 90731
- 7th and Beach San Pedro Municipal Building Visitor Parking Lot (160 W. 7th STreet, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Parking Lot 641 (462 W 9th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Parking Lot 684 (460 W. 7th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Los Angeles County Health Clinic Parking Lot (122 W. 8th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- San Pedro Courthouse (505 S. Centre Street, San Pedro, CA 90731)
- Caltrans Park and Ride Lot (401-515 N. Beacon Street, San Pedro, CA 90731)
The study will provide a market analysis for the general area and site-specific information for each of the above properties, including conceptual massing studies and site plans.
Completion of the feasibility study is expected to occur within approximately three months.
- San Pedro Waterfront Market Feasiblity Study (LA City Council)