Case Study and Site Tour: Port of LA Harbor Tour – SOLD OUT
The Port of Los Angeles and the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington have been the subject of three Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) reports, resulting in meaningful and lasting improvements to these locales.
Enjoy a 2 hour boat cruise on the magnificent Sir Winston, Southern Califonia’s newest dining yacht, and see firsthand both the workings of America’s busiest port and the synergies possible between ULI and local communities. We’ll tour the Port of Los Angeles’ LA Waterfront; embarking at San Pedro’s Downtown Harbor, hear updates on the San Pedro Public Marketplace (former Ports o’Call) redevelopment, AltaSea marine research and innovation center, Space X’s Big Falcon Rocket assembly facility, the Wilmington Waterfront Development projects, and also see upcoming opportunities for LA’s iconic Warehouse 1 and the Cabrillo Way Marina.
The Port of LA complex covers more than 7,500 acres and 43 miles of waterfront, has 27 cargo terminals, more than 50 berths and 86 ship-to-shore cranes, and handled $284 billion in cargo in 2017. Set against the picturesque backdrop of the Port of Los Angeles, with miles of public promenade and walking paths, acres of open space and scenic views, the LA Waterfront blankets more than 400 acres of prime waterfront property. The Port of Los Angeles funds and maintains the LA Waterfront which draws over 2 million visitors annually, and remains committed to enhancing public access to the waterfront by connecting visitors and local harbor communities with recreational and commercial attractions that expand and diversify the Port’s position as a premier source of economic vitality for the region. San Pedro Bay port complex operations and commerce facilitate one in nine jobs in the five-county Southern California region. Please note the boat will depart from the harbor promptly at 4:30pm.
- Councilman Joe Buscaino, City of Los Angeles Council District 15
- Michael Galvin, Director of Waterfront & Commercial Real Estate, the Port of Los Angeles
- Tim McOsker, CEO, AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles
- Wayne Ratkovich, President and CEO, The Ratkovich Company
- Milan Ratkovich, Senior Development Manager, The Ratkovich Company
- Private $75 (Non-member $100)
- Gov/Nonprofit $50 (Non-member $70)
- Young Leader (under 35) $50 (Non-member $70)
- Student $45 (Non-member $60)
To register, click “register now” below. Please note that refunds will no longer be processed after August 14. On-site registration will not be permitted at this event.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Free parking is available in the lot at 5th Street/Palos Verdes street. Parking is also available along Sampson Way.