Waterfront Developments

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1. Sampson Way Re-Alignment

The expansion of Sampson Way in San Pedro into a scenic boulevard will facilitate public access throughout the LA Waterfront and better connect the waterfront with downtown San Pedro.

Budget: $4.9 million
Estimated Completion: 2018
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Port of LA Plan

2. San Pedro Public Market

Jerico Development & Ratkovich Company looks forward to turning the LA waterfront into a popular tourist destination and bring new life and new business to the city of San Pedro. There will be 2 phases of the project.

Budget: $100 Million
Estimated Completion for Phase 1: 2020
Website

3. Alta Sea Labs

AltaSea Ocean Research and Development Campus

AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles accelerates scientific collaboration, facilitates job creation and inspires the next generation for a more sustainable ocean. Built on a historic pier with access to the deep ocean, AltaSea’s 35-acre campus brings people together to expand science-based understanding of the ocean; incubate and sustain ocean-related business; and pioneer new ocean-related education programs. Prominent partners on the AltaSea campus include the Boeing Company’s Echo Voyager submarine; Dr. Bob Ballard, the ocean explorer who discovered the Titanic; and Catalina Sea Ranch, the first company with permits to aquafarm in U.S. federal waters.

AltaSea Website: https://altasea.org/

AltaSea Overview Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4IjxM0pVSE&t=11s

AltaSea Fast Company Article: https://www.fastcompany.com/3060562/los-angeles-is-converting-an-abandoned-dock-into-a-huge-ocean-research-center

Space X

4. SpaceX to build new Mars-bound Falcon rocket in Los Angeles

SpaceX plans a rocket and spaceship facility at the Port of Los Angeles that will help advance founder Elon Musk’s goal of making missions to Mars by 2022.

The private space company plans to build a system called “BFR” — short for Big Falcon Rocket — at the facility. BFR will only be movable by barge or ship, necessitating a port location. SpaceX is headquartered in a Los Angeles suburb and the company already uses the port in other missions.  Read full article

  • 639 S Harbor Blvd San Pedro, CA 90731Samson Way Realignment

    The expansion of Sampson Way in San Pedro into a scenic boulevard will facilitate public access throughout the LA Waterfront and better connect the waterfront with downtown San Pedro.

    Budget: $4.9 million
    Estimated Completion: 2018
    Website

  • 1200 Nagoya Way San Pedro, CA 90731

    2. San Pedro Public Market

    Jerico Development & Ratkovich Company looks forward to turning the LA waterfront into a popular tourist destination and bring new life and new business to the city of San Pedro. There will be 2 phases of the project.

    Budget: $100 Million
    Estimated Completion for Phase 1: 2020
    Website

  • 2456 Signal St, San Pedro, CA 90731

    3. Alta Sea Labs

    AltaSea Ocean Research and Development Campus

    AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles accelerates scientific collaboration, facilitates job creation and inspires the next generation for a more sustainable ocean. Built on a historic pier with access to the deep ocean, AltaSea’s 35-acre campus brings people together to expand science-based understanding of the ocean; incubate and sustain ocean-related business; and pioneer new ocean-related education programs. Prominent partners on the AltaSea campus include the Boeing Company’s Echo Voyager submarine; Dr. Bob Ballard, the ocean explorer who discovered the Titanic; and Catalina Sea Ranch, the first company with permits to aquafarm in U.S. federal waters.

    AltaSea Website: https://altasea.org/

    AltaSea Overview Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4IjxM0pVSE&t=11s

    AltaSea Fast Company Article: https://www.fastcompany.com/3060562/los-angeles-is-converting-an-abandoned-dock-into-a-huge-ocean-research-center

  • 701 S Seaside Ave, San Pedro, CA 90731

    4. SpaceX to build new Mars-bound Falcon rocket in Los Angeles

    SpaceX plans a rocket and spaceship facility at the Port of Los Angeles that will help advance founder Elon Musk’s goal of making missions to Mars by 2022.

    The private space company plans to build a system called “BFR” — short for Big Falcon Rocket — at the facility. BFR will only be movable by barge or ship, necessitating a port location. SpaceX is headquartered in a Los Angeles suburb and the company already uses the port in other missions.