L.A. Waterfront – San Pedro Public Market
Recently we attended an exclusive update on the work being done at The Port of Los Angeles, also commonly referred to as the L.A. Waterfront. The update was held in downtown San Pedro, high above street level on the 11th floor of Topaz Building. Two primary speakers joined us. First, AltaSea CEO Tim McOsker would update us on the company’s involvement at the port and their vision of providing jobs to the area. Last but not least, Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino with an update on the Los Angeles Waterfront and what San Pedro is currently doing in anticipation for its completion date of 2020.
AltaSea – Tim McOsker
Alta Sea will be one of the residents at the Los Angeles Waterfront in San Pedro. AltaSea’s vision is “an ocean to solve world challenges and sustain future generations”. With a 50 year lease in hand, the company will invest $150M into Phase 1 of the project which will create 4,200 temporary jobs, 1,350 permanent jobs, most of which will come from the campus and surrounding businesses that will lease space from Alta Sea. The company predicts $290M in annual increased economic activity.
Bidding for the project is due to start at the end of the year.
For more information on AltaSea, visit https://altasea.org/
San Pedro – L.A. Waterfront
Although San Pedro has many local business, much of those businesses rely on the main economic driver in town: The Port. Historically, San Pedro has used the Port of Los Angeles as its economic engine.
Industries such as ship building, fishing, and canneries at one point or another were huge economic drivers for the port community. Unfortunately, many of the industries withered away by the late 80’s, forcing many locals elsewhere for jobs.
Today, only the port remains. With its museums, theaters, and art district, San Pedro has all the right ingredients for a fantastic community. See what has happened to Long Beach in the last few decades. The influx of aerospace and medical jobs has solidified Long Beach as a true live/work city. Aside from that, The Port of Long Beach, which is the second busiest seaport in the United States. The difference between Long Beach and San Pedro: high-paying jobs. Many locals are hopeful the changes at the port are paving the way for higher paying jobs in and around San Pedro, and with good reason when considering the companies that are looking to move into the area.
With AltaSea and SpaceX moving into the area, high tech jobs and education will soon be here. Now, the focus turns to keeping those highly paid employees in town. There are several projects currently in the works around town. Among them:
- County Medical Clinic
- 24th Street townhouse project (24 units)
- Cabrillo Marina Pad (more potential housing)
- Warner Grand Theater Renovations
- and more!
San Pedro Public Market
Providing high paying jobs to the area is one factor that attracts people. At the same time, having local entertainment is what will keep these high paid employees in town. One of the most anticipated projects for San Pedro is the San Pedro Public Market, which is due for completion in 2020.
Another indicator that San Pedro is on the rise is the increase in building permits pulled. According to councilman Joe Buscaino, building permits in San Pedro have increased drastically over the last few years. As Real Estate professionals in that specialize in the San Pedro market, we have seen a sharp increase of investors looking to purchase income properties below Gaffey St; which is/was considered least desirable area in town. That is all changing with all the money going into the waterfront.
San Pedro Real Estate Market
San Pedro is currently one of the hottest markets in the Los Angeles area. It is essentially the last community in Los Angeles where you can still buy an ocean view home for less than a million dollars. If you are looking to move to San Pedro, feel free to browse the newest listings that have hit the market below:
San Pedro Schools
San Pedro is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, which is the largest in the state and second in the country by student count. There is an abundance of Schools, both public and private that service San Pedro.
Click on a school name below for more information.
San Pedro Elementary Schools:
- Taper Avenue Elementary School
- Park Western Place Elementary School
- Crestwood Street Elementary School
- Barton Hill Elementary School
- Holy Trinity School & Preschool
- Seventh Street Elementary School
- Mary Star-The Sea Elementary
- Cabrillo Avenue Elementary School
- 15th Street Elementary School
- Leland Street Elementary School
- South Shores Elementary School
- Point Fermin Elementary School
- White Point Elementary School
San Pedro Middle Schools:
San Pedro High Schools:
Types of Real Estate
- Vacant Land: Undeveloped plot of land, typically without any structures or utilities.
- New Construction: Coming in 2020, San Pedro has an abundance of active construction projects.
- Lofts: Very open floorplans in condo style living.
- Condo: Generally a multiple level building containing individual attached units. Some have garages.
- Townhouse: Smaller buildings, many single story, attached homes generally with garages. These are more like traditional single family homes, only with shared walls.
- Single Family: The Traditional house not attached to another. We have one, two and three story homes here.
San Pedro is home to many local businesses and empoyers. The Port of Los Angeles has employed many San Pedro long shoreman over the years, but more high paying jobs are en route! To name a few: Space X, Alta Sea, and more as the Water Front continues to be redeveloped.
Looking to find employment in San Pedro? Start Here:
- Port of Los Angeles Jobs
- Healthcare Jobs
- Sales / Retail Jobs
- Education Jobs
- Accounting / Finance Jobs
- Real Estate Jobs
San Pedro Map
|Barton Hill||Holy Trinity||Miraleste Pines|
|San Pedro - North||South Shores||Vista Del Oro|