The Port of Los Angeles is a landlord port that manages over 7,500 acres of land and water properties with 43 miles of waterfront. As a landlord port, the Port's main source of revenues are the 24 cargo terminals leased to cargo operators that bring in over $270 billion of import cargo and over $33 billion of exports annually.
The Port's container cargo terminals are “big ship active” and have the most extensive on-dock rail facilities in North America. Along with terminal facilities, the Port of Los Angeles also leases various other industrial and commercial facilities that support port operations as well as serve the surrounding communities. As opportunities for leasing such properties become available they are posted under Available Properties or are listed on commercial market sites such as LoopNet.com.
To contact the Port's Cargo Industrial/Waterfront Commercial Real Estate Divisions, please call (310) 732-3860.
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