After eight months of construction, the first buildings are starting to rise at the West Harbor complex in San Pedro.
The Ratkovich Company and Jerico Development, the co-developers behind the 42-acre development on the former home of the Ports O' Call Village, recently erected the steel framing of "Building A," the first installment in approximately 330,000 square feet of new commercial uses along the waterfront.
The new construction will house multiple food-and-beverage venues under a single roof, including: King & Queen Cantina, Mike Hess Brewing, Hopscotch, Poppy + Rose, Pitfire Pizza, The Win-Dow, Olala Crepes, and Mario's Butcher Shop.
In non-dining news, Harbor Breeze Cruises is also slated to operate out of the building.
The full project, which is on track for completion in 2025, will also feature anchor tenants such as the first satellite location of Hollywood's Yamashiro restaurant, as well as a roughly 6,200-seat amphitheater which will be operated by the Nederlander Organization and a new gondola attraction.
Rapt Studio, James Corner Field Operations, and Studio One Eleven headline the design team for the project.
In a complementary effort, Port of Los Angeles officials broke ground earlier this year on the second and final phase of a new waterfront promenade, which will eventually stretch one mile through the West Harbor complex and connect to other attractions at the port.
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