Jerico Development, Inc.    Est. 1984
(310) 519-7257 CONTACT
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The LA Waterfront Alliance is a collaboration between the Ratkovich Company
and Jerico Development to develop the San Pedro Public Market.

Jerico Development 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.

Visit yourlawaterfront.com for more information.

DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPLES

  • Create a vibrant, family friendly, shopping, dining, entertainment and recreational themed destination
  • Connect the local community to its waterfront, including the development of a continuous waterfront promenade
  • Embrace and build upon the harbor community’s history and proud traditions, drawing from the existing authentic character and heritage of the San Pedro Waterfront as a working port
  • Inform our development efforts through an open and transparent public outreach process, which engages a broad range of community stakeholders and builds upon the Port and Community’s prior planning efforts
  • Inform our development efforts through an open and transparent public outreach process, which engages a broad range of community stakeholders and builds upon the Port and Community’s prior planning efforts
  • Work with successful existing Ports 0′ Call tenants to relocate them into new and enhanced facilities while providing continuity of operations throughout the project’s development
  • Create a project which will be successful, commercially viable and buildable in the current market cycle and financing environment
  • Build an environmentally sensitive and sustainable urban environment

SAN PEDRO WATERFRONT PROJECT / PORTS O' CALL ENTITLEMENTS

Commercial Uses

  • Up to 375,000 square feet of commercial, retail, restaurant, hotel and conference center space.
    • Of the 375,000 square feet, up to 75,000 square feet may be used for a conference center, of which -37,500 square feet is available for congregation or meeting space.

Open Space

  • Three-acre “Fisherman’s Park”
  • Pedestrian waterfront promenade and trails, bicycle pathways

Parking

  • 400 spaces at Berths 78-83 (shared with Downtown Harbor Area).
  • 1,652 spaces in four 3-level structures at the bluff site located at the existing S.P. Rail yard.
  • 330 existing surface spaces at Berths 73-77.
  • 256 spaces at a new surface parking lot proposed at 22nd Street and Sampson Way.
  • 2,600+ Total Parking Spaces

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH