Information regarding the redevelopment of the Redondo Beach Waterfront:
- Rescue Our Waterfront has filed an initiative with the City. The King Harbor CARE (Coastal Access, Revitalization, and Enhancement) Act preserves the Seaside Lagoon and specifies zoning language that provides another view for balanced waterfront development. Read The Patch for more information about the initiative or follow the link in the next bullet to read the initiative.
- Concerned Redondo Beach residents have questions and concerns regarding the current waterfront plans. Check out the initiative that supports the waterfront revitalization, but also preserves and protects the Seaside Lagoon, recreational boating and residential ocean views.
- The latest CenterCal vision for the waterfront was unveiled at the Redondo Beach Harbor Commission Meeting on June 20. Read The Easy Reader article for more information and reader thoughts on the newly unveiled waterfront concept. The Harbor Commission approved the redevelopment Environmental Impact Report on August 8. The public boat launch was hotly debated.
- The developer for the site, CenterCal, posted artist renderings for the waterfront.
San Pedro also has plans for Waterfront redevelopment:
- One of the developers for the site, Jerico Development, posted artist renderings for the waterfront. The Los Angeles City Council approved a 50-year lease with the developers for the San Pedro Public Market, the new name for Ports O’ Call, on June 10, 2016. Plans call for construction to begin next year with phases planned for completion in 2019 and 2020.
- Concerned San Pedro residents have questions and concerns regarding the current waterfront plans.