A hidden gem of local culture, history, eclectic shops and delicious cuisine, the LA Waterfront is a destination that amazes and delights millions of visitors each year. Set against the backdrop of America’s busiest port, the Port of Los Angeles, and just 25 miles south of downtown Los Angeles, the LA Waterfront features expansive marinas and beaches, museums and historical landmarks, award-winning open spaces and a flourishing downtown art scene.
The Trani Family will open a new Dockside Station Restaurant at the site of former iconic Canetti's Seafood Grotto, housed in the original U.S. Immigration Station Building. The ground-floor restaurant concept is being built by the Trani family of San Pedro, owners of the popular J. Trani’s Ristorante on 9th Street in San Pedro. Trani’s Dockside Station will be located at the former Canetti’s Seafood Grotto, a legendary eatery that occupied a portion of the 100-year-old building from the 1950s to 2010.
Progress continues on the San Pedro Town Square and Promenade project, a $36 million development on the LA Waterfront funded by the Port of Los Angeles that will create a new central gathering space, as well as a promenade connecting attractions and points of interest along the harbor’s Main Channel.
Since the inception of the LA Waterfront almost two decades ago, the Port of LA has successfully planned, invested and developed a significant number of waterfront properties and public open spaces.
The LA Waterfront consists of a series of waterfront developments and community enhancement projects encompassing more than 400 acres of existing Port of LA property in the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington.
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