The Ratkovich Company and Jerico Development have unveiled plans for a $100m redevelopment of the 30-acre Ports O' Call Village along the Los Angeles Waterfront in San Pedro, Los Angeles.
The first phase of the project, designed by Tim J. Delaney Design and TFO Architecture, will include the construction of 16-acres of restaurants, shopping, fresh markets, boutique-style office space, as well as over half-a-mile of waterfront promenade.
The project will also include the construction of plenty of outdoor space such as an open-air amphitheatre. Construction work on the project is expected to commence in 2017.
Following completion of the project, the property will be rebranded as the San Pedro Public Market that is slated to open in 2020.
The Ratkovich Company president and CEO Wayne Ratkovich said: "The Port of Los Angeles represents an important part of Los Angeles' history and we're excited for the opportunity to re-imagine the former Ports O' Call site as the San Pedro Public Market.
"We were inspired by iconic waterfront destinations around the world and those inspirations will be used to create an experience that celebrates the culture of L.A. and pays tribute to the history of the port and its surrounding communities."