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Phase Two Of San Pedro Waterfront Promenade Commences

On July 18, the Port of Los Angeles began construction on the second half of a new waterfront promenade in San Pedro. The initial phase, finished in late 2021, featured a 30-foot-wide path and four-acre town square along the Port's main channel. The extension, which is now underway, will connect the promenade to the southern end of the West Harbor commercial and entertainment complex. This new segment runs parallel to the main channel between Berths 74 and 83.

The construction of phase two is expected to finish in Spring 2025, coinciding with the completion of the $165-million West Harbor project. Once finished, the promenade will extend one mile.

The total cost for the project is estimated at $85 million, with $53.7 million spent on the completed phase one path and $31.4 million allocated to phase two. The new promenade will create a direct pedestrian link to several mixed-use and multifamily residential developments in Downtown San Pedro, including the planned remake of the Rancho San Pedro public housing complex.

The companies working on the project include; Southwest Specialty Contractors, Ben F. Smith Concrete, and Zefiro Shoring. Architecture firm James Corner Field Operations, is behind the design.

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