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San Pedro Public Market Is Nearing Reality
The Planning Report | March 21, 2016 | TPR

With new plans revealed this month for the Ports O’ Call site on the San Pedro waterfront, TPR checked in with developer Wayne Ratkovich for an update on the three-year-long negotiations that have led to the project. Ratkovich spoke about the concept unveiled by the LA Waterfront Alliance—comprising The Ratkovich Company and Jerico Development Company—as well as infrastructure investments forthcoming from the port that will make development possible. He emphasizes the remarkable public embrace of the designs, and the coalition of players that has brought the San Pedro Public Market to this point.

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Presentation for San Pedro Public Market (Video)
March 3, 2016

Turning the Tide on the Waterfront (Print)
Los Angeles Times | March 3, 2016 | Andrew Khouri

Developers reveal plans for $100-million makeover of Ports O’ Call
Los Angeles Times | March 3, 2016 | Andrew Khouri

For years, San Pedro’s faux New England fishing village Ports O’ Call has been down on its luck.The collection of Old English, New England and Spanish styled buildings that opened in the 1960s have long showed their age. Shops sat empty. And while packed on weekends, the village was decidedly sleepy…

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An in-depth look at the plans for the San Pedro Public Market
San Pedro Today| April, 2016 | Joshua Stecker

I’m excited for what’s to come now that the San Pedro Public Market has been unveiled..

Tim J. Delaney Design Imagines a New Waterside Destination for Los Angeles
PRWeb | April 6, 2016 | TIM DELANEY

The Port of Los Angeles and Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled San Pedro Public Market, the long awaited waterside development to replace the outdated Ports O’ Call Village. Tim J. Delaney Design lead the creative design of the all-new immersive destination that will open in 2020 with nearly 16 acres of dining, shopping and imaginative family entertainment.

Ports O’ Call attention turns to construction timetables, fate of tenants
Daily Breeze | March 7, 2016 | Donna Littlejohn

Now that plans for a new development to replace Ports O’ Call have been given a green light, attention is turning toward construction schedules and questions about what happens to existing tenants.

Ratkovich to head $100M makeover of San Pedro’s Ports O’Call
The Real Deal | March 3, 2016 | Katherine Clarke
Companies to ink lease deal within three months

LAWA Says Future of the LA Waterfront is Coming
Random Lengths News | March 3, 2016 | Terelle Jerricks
Recently, Councilman Joe Buscaino revealed that the Los Angeles Waterfront Alliance was going to bring back the Red Car as part of their redevelopment plans for Ports O’ Call Village. It turns out that that wasn’t the only bombshell in redevelopment news.

Ratkovich Reveals $100M San Pedro Public Market Plan
Connect Media | March 3, 2016
Los Angeles-based The Ratkovich Company (whose COO and EVP, Clare DeBriere, is speaking at Connect Retail West on March 16th)  and San Pedro-based Jerico Development unveiled development plans for the San Pedro Public Market, a $100-million waterfront destination expected to breathe life into a dated Ports O’ Call Village. The project is segmented into three parts: a City Park/Town Square at the northern end that connects to downtown, a Marketplace with a food and market hall in the center portion, and a Discovery Sea Park at the southern tip of the 3,000-foot linear

San Pedro Waterfront Makeover Plan Revealed
Los Angeles Business Journal | March 3, 2016
Developers have divulged details for the makeover of San Pedro’s Ports O’Call and the plans include shops, event spaces and even a Ferris wheel. According to the LA Daily News, the first phase of the $100 million waterfront transformation is slated to be finished in 2020.

Ports O’ Call $100m Revitalization Project Unveiled
Bisnow | March 3, 2016 | Karen Jordan
The Ports O’ Call in San Pedro is about to get a $100M makeover. Executives from The Ratkovich Co, including Wayne Ratkovich, and Jerico Development, along with LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and other city officials gathered yesterday to unveil new renderings and provide details about the project.

The Ratkovich Co. Unveils Big Plans For San Pedro
GlobeSt.com | March 3, 2016 | Kelsi Maree Borland
LOS ANGELES—The Ratkovich Co. and Jerico Development have announced plans to revitalize Ports O’ Call Village in San Pedro. The $100 million project will transform the downtrodden area into a retail and dining destination for the community, known as the San Pedro Market.

Developers Reveal Plans for $100-Million Makeover of Ports O’ Call
KTLA-TV | March 3, 2016 | Los Angeles Times and Lynette Romero
For years, San Pedro’s faux New England fishing village Ports O’ Call has been down on its luck.

New $100M Plan Re-imagines San Pedro’s Ports O’Call Village
MyNewsLA.com | March 2, 2016 | Debbie L. Sklar
City leaders Wednesday unveiled a $100 million plan that re-imagines San Pedro’s Ports O’ Call Village, a 30-acre waterfront dining and retail complex, as a public market featuring an amphitheater and the Red Car trolley.

Proposed Multimillion-Dollar Project Expected To Transform Seaside Plaza In San Pedro
KCBS-TV | March 2, 2016
City leaders and developers Wednesday rolled out proposed plans for a new multimillion-dollar project that’s expected to transform Ports O’ Call Village into a major destination.

$100-Million Renovation of Ports O’ Call Village Revealed
Urbanize.LA | March 2, 2016 | Steven Sharp
Today, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, 15th District Councilmember Jose Buscaino and the Port of Los Angeles announced plans for a $100-million renovation of the Ports O’ Call Village.  The approximately 30-acre development, to be known as the San Pedro Public Market, will include stores, restaurants and open space to improve public access to the city’s waterfront.

Developers reveal plans for $100-million makeover of Ports O’ Call
Los Angeles Times | March 2, 2016 | Andrew Khouri
100-million plan to remake the aging Ports O’ Call Village in San Pedro into a hip destination with restaurants, an amphitheater and marketplace is set to get underway in the next two years, the project’s developers announced Wednesday.

San Pedro Public Market: Developers unveil ambitious Ports O’ Call makeover plan
Los Angeles Daily News Group (Daily Breeze) | March 2, 2016 | Donna Littlejohn
Additional Coverage: Pasadena Star-NewsLong Beach Press-TelegramWhittier Daily News
Developers rolled out the plans for a new Ports O’ Call today, unveiling everything from a new name — San Pedro Public Market — to a more authentic wharf-and-warehouse look reminiscent of San Francisco’s successful waterfront.

Ambitious $100M San Pedro’s Ports O’ Call Village Revamp Plan Unveiled
Patch.com | March 2, 2016 | Alexander Nguyen
City leaders on Wednesday unveiled a $100 million plan that re-imagines San Pedro’s Ports O’ Call Village, a 30-acre waterfront dining and retail complex, as a public market featuring an amphitheater and the Red Car trolley.

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