When completed, the community will have a new place to gather on the Los Angeles Waterfront, with a 30-foot-wide, 1-mile promenade linking retail, attractions and an open-air amphitheater along the Main Channel.
“When I became a Los Angeles Harbor Commissioner, one of my priorities was to get this waterfront developed and delivered to the community,” said Los Angeles Harbor Commissioner Anthony Pirozzi, Jr. “I’m excited that we’re so close to the completion of one of its pivotal projects. I can’t wait to see families coming down here with their kids and grandkids enjoying the waterfront and making new memories for decades to come.”
“As part of our public access investment plan, the Port made a commitment in 2015 to make the town square and promenade a centerpiece of our LA Waterfront vision,” said Port Director of Waterfront & Commercial Real Estate Mike Galvin. “As this project continues to take shape, we are delivering on that commitment.”