Aesthetics or functionality? These seem to be the two factions in the ongoing discussions about transforming Gaffey as part of the Great Streets Initiative.
A local real estate developer’s proposal to convert a section of Sixth and Seventh Streets downtown is gaining traction, as he continues to lobby the Los Angeles Department of Transportation officials to create a formal study on the concept.
The second major update and design workshop for the proposed Urban Greening Project was warmly received by community members on First Thursday night as officials fielded questions and solicited feedback at an event held in the Warner Grand Theatre.
Developers are hoping to break ground on construction of a proposed $1.5 million mixed-use commercial and residential complex next spring or early summer after receiving overwhelming support of two neighborhood councils.
The future of advancements in industrial technologies was on display throughout the 5th Annual PortTechEXPO on Sept. 17 – and clean energy was a recurring theme among many of the companies showcasing their latest technologies.
A proposed gas station slated for the development near the gateway entrance on Gaffey Street is cruising its way to approval and could arrive as early as spring of next year.
In an effort to save time and money, the San Pedro PBID voted 4-2 to cut the two downtown trolley stops.
Director Rachel Waugh and Brouwerij West’s Brian Mercer laid out their latest plans for Warehouse Nine before the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council on Monday night.
Business owners and business groups are not only on board, but enthusiastic about the idea of having bicycle-pulled pedicabs cruising the streets of San Pedro.
San Pedrans were surprised last month when Limani Taverna closed its doors after two years on the corner of Sixth and Centre streets — but the historic former Papadakis Taverna space won’t be vacant for long. In a couple of months, it will reopen as a new Italian restaurant managed by Bob Trusela.