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SAN PEDRO, CA—Today, the long awaited L.A. Downtown Harbor officially opens in downtown San Pedro. Part of the larger and ongoing L.A. Waterfront development from the Port of Los Angeles, the harbor project unveiled today features new public open spaces and a boat-docking harbor along with proposed entitlements for vertical commercial real estate development that will help to improve the overall infrastructure of the San Pedro market. Construction on the project began in March 2012 and cost a total of $32 million, $4 million under the originally proposed budget. The project is particularly interesting because land was removed from the waterfront to bring the waterline closer to the downtown area. To get a more in depth look at the project we sat down with Vaughan Davies, AECOM‘s urban planning director who worked on this project and has worked on the L.A. Waterfront project for more than a decade.


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