Port of Los Angeles Receives Eight Proposals to Develop 30-Acre LA Waterfront Project
The Port of Los Angeles received proposals and qualifications from eight commercial real estate developers interested in redeveloping the 30-acre, fully entitled San Pedro waterfront property known as Ports O’ Call Village, located along the Port’s Main Channel and adjacent to downtown San Pedro. The deadline for submitting proposals was Friday, Oct. 5th.
On Saturday, Oct. 6 the Port helped celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Terminal Island Japanese Memorial Monument. It honors the 3,000 residents of the Japanese fishing village on Terminal Island who resided there until they were relocated during World War II.
Port of Los Angeles Wins Global Environmental Award
The Port of Los Angeles has received the prestigious Lloyd’s List Global Award in the Environment category, an honor recognizing the Port’s environmental leadership in adopting and promoting programs that reduce emissions from maritime sources.
Port of Los Angeles Holds Second Public Workshop on Port Master Plan Update
The Port of Los Angeles will host a second public workshop to discuss the Port Master Plan Update on Thursday, October 25, 6 p.m., at Banning's Landing Community Center in Wilmington. The Update will consist of reorganization and revisions to the Port's goals and policies guiding coastal permitting, permitting guidelines and procedures, and the land use plan. For more information, call (310) 732-3850.
Final $7.5 Million in Funding Approved for Port of Los Angeles Main Channel Deepening Project
The Los Angeles Harbor Commission today approved $7.5 million for the final phase of the Port of Los Angeles’ Main Channel Deepening Project (MCDP). The project has taken the Port’s main navigational channels and basins to a 53-foot depth, ensuring that the nation’s number one gateway for containerized trade can accommodate container ships of all sizes for decades to come.
More Cargo, Cleaner Air at the Port of Los Angeles
Air pollution from Port-related sources continues to drop as cargo rebounds at the Port of Los Angeles. New data shows that from 2005 to 2011, cumulative harmful emissions at America’s No. 1 trade gateway plunged as much as 76 percent while container volumes increased 6 percent.
Port Seeks Master Developer for 30-Acre Waterfront Retail Development Opportunity
The Port of Los Angeles has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for qualified commercial real estate developers interested in redeveloping the 30-acre, fully entitled San Pedro waterfront property known as Ports O’ Call Village, located along the Port’s Main Channel and adjacent to downtown San Pedro. The deadline has has been extended to October 5.
Port of Los Angeles Approves Eagle Marine Services' "Pier 300" Container Terminal Expansion
The Los Angeles Harbor Commission today certified the final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed expansion of Berths 302-306 and approved the project that will modernize the container terminal operated by long-time tenant Eagle Marine Services, Ltd., a subsidiary of ocean carrier APL.
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