Massive San Pedro Public Market Development Reveals New Look

Renderings for San Pedro Public Market

If the Harbor Commission approves, phase one of the waterfront development could open by 2021

Last summer, developers demolished the remainder of Ports O’ Call Village to make way for the massive forthcoming development, San Pedro Public Market. It’s looking quite spiffy with new architectural renderings showing off the space, which includes five restaurants and a 15-stall food hall.

The Ratkovich Company and Jericho Development released a fairly new website this year, with images that reveal a combination of retail shops, the food hall with local and regional businesses, and restaurants next to the waterfront. These plans are well-known, but the addition of a 5,000 square foot waterfront amphitheater and a simplified design are new. The $150 million project now includes the following:

  • A collection of shipping container kitchens set in a family and dog-friendly outdoor garden with games and a large stage and dance floor
  • A 5,000-seat waterfront amphitheater concert venue
  • 600 feet of continuous courtesy slips, bike and scooter paths, with pedestrian and jogging paths along the Market Walk
  • Playgrounds and recreation areas
  • Waterfront taxis and cruises
San Pedro Public Market
Courtesy of Ratkovich Company
Renderings for San Pedro Public Market

The developers also shared further news on their website. The group “signed letters of interest with several local restaurants and harbor tour operators that will add both familiar and new offerings to the waterfront.”

San Pedro Public Market

Source: LA Eater