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LOS ANGELES-The Port of Los Angeles has been pretty busy lately. Most recently, the Los Angeles Harbor Commission has authorized the Port of Los Angeles to begin exclusive negotiations with Bergamot Station Ltd. for the potential redevelopment of vacant Warehouses nine and 10 into a visitor-serving crafts center. Located near 22nd and Miner Streets in San Pedro, the proposed warehouse reuse project follows last year’s opening of nearby 22nd Street Park, and is one of several L.A. Waterfront revitalization initiatives currently underway.

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