California Centers

SEP 2018

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20 California Centers Magazine | September 2018 C C sible. It's about modernizing the area without losing all of that character." LOS ANGELES' INDUSTRIAL INFLUENCES Up the coast, San Pedro Public Mar- ket is also taking its design cues from other foodie sources. This includes Reading Terminal Market in Phila- delphia, Grand Central Market in Los Angeles, Chelsea Market in New York and, most notably, the fishing sheds that formerly occupied this area's wa- terfront. "The architecture and design of the project is trying to resonate and con- nect with the fabric of this area and San Pedro," Farhang says. "We're getting a lot of cues from the larger hangars up and down the coast and from the industrial uses that this site used to hold. The design is going to feel new, but still like it's been a part of this community forever." The $150 million San Pedro Public Market is being developed by the Rat- kovich Company and Jerico Develop- ment on the site of the former Ports O'Call Village, which will eventually be demolished. Rather than start com- pletely anew, however, the partners are hoping to build upon the success- ful history of this site's past iteration. "The volume of sales on this site has been substantial," says Wayne Ratkovich, president and CEO of Los Angeles-based Ratkovich Company. "Collectively, more than $45 million A public market is also being worked into Seaport San Diego. This component of the project took inspiration from Seattle's Pike Place and San Francisco's Ferry Building Marketplace. 3146 Red Hill Avenue, Suite 200, Costa Mesa, California 92626 | (tel.) 714.432.0990 (fax) 714.432.0352 We offer only the highest caliber of experienced, efficient and business minded attorneys for all real estate and business transactional matters. We are results oriented, entrepreneurial in character and committed to providing quality legal services on a cost effective basis. • Commercial Real Estate Leasing & Development • Business & Corporate Transactions Michael J. Mirkovich Michael G. Robinson Catherine J. Weinberg Elizabeth Estes Ricci Partner Partner Partner Partner Andrew Y. Prochnow Kevin S. Miao Brent H. Coeur-Barron Associate Of Counsel Of Counsel commercial real estate and business attorneys William D. Buckner Managing Partner Buckner Robinson & Mirkovich A Professional Law Corporation • Lending & Finance • Real Estate Litigation • Estate & Tax Planning • Probate & Trust Administration

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