Rachel Reeves

Redondo Beach waterfront design nears finalization

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A rendering of the proposed waterfront redesign. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

A rendering of the proposed waterfront redesign. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

El Segundo development firm CenterCal has “settled in on the major components” of its plan for the total redesign of the Redondo Beach waterfront, CEO Fred Bruning has said.

The design includes a two-lane road connecting Torrance Blvd. to Harbor Dr., a feature that has attracted criticism from some Redondo Beach residents.

“Our goal is to make the project work best for the great majority of those who will be using our site, and a solution that improves circulation and traffic for all,” Bruning said.

Other elements of the design are walkways, bike paths, a boutique hotel, a marketplace hall, a high-end movie theater, and a reconfiguration of Seaside Lagoon.

A rendering from the Redondo Beach marina. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

A rendering of the project from the vantage point of the Redondo Beach marina. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

Another image of the proposed waterfront redesign. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

Another image of the proposed waterfront redesign. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

A boutique hotel is part and parcel of the proposed waterfront redesign. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

A boutique hotel is part and parcel of the proposed waterfront redesign. Photo courtesy of CenterCal

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