Work to start in spring on buildings within The West Harbor San Pedro development

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Buildings construction at The West Harbor development in San Pedro is expected begin this spring, with the project complete by late 2023, the developers say.

The overall cost of the project will likely be higher than its current $150 million projection by the time it is built, says Eric Johnson of Jerico Development, according to The Daily Breeze.

Work on the open space and promenade areas of the waterfront project is complete, though measures must be taken to ensure safety in the construction zone as the buildings are constructed.

“We are working with our development partner West Harbor to provide public access to the newly constructed promenade in the near future,” Port of LA spokesman Phillip Sanfield said on Jan. 13, adding that the port hoped “to have an agreement soon.”

Plans are “generally on track” to start construction of the buildings at the 42-acre site in the part of the first quarter this year, Johnson said. Plans were pushed back after the pandemic struck in 2020 but during the slowdown, port crews continued working on providing much of the needed open space landscaping and infrastructure, including the promenade, the published report says.

“Officials hailed the $36 million Town Square & Promenade as complete in October. The Town Square has opened to the public, but the promenade has not — because it is within the construction zone.”


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