Rendering: MVE + Partners

There are several large-scale residential developments planned for Central San Pedro, delivering potentially thousands of new apartments to the portside community. Architectural drawings have been revealed for one such project, located on the site of the former San Pedro Courthouse at 505 South Centre Street.

Real estate investment and development company Genton Cockrum Partners has submitted an application to Los Angeles City Planning for an eight-story mixed-use building containing 300 rental apartments and ground-floor commercial spaces, including a grocery store. 

The 336,514-square-foot complex would feature a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, 555 parking spaces, and a host of indoor and outdoor amenities. Designed by MVE + Partners, the proposed development would boast a residential lobby, indoor lounge, pool deck and two large courtyards with fire pits, barbecues, alfresco dining areas and plenty of seating.

Rendering: MVE + Partners

The contemporary black, gray and white exterior would be clad in textured stucco and accented with dark-trimmed windows and metal balcony railings. Much of the 25,500 square feet of commercial space would be dedicated to the grocery store, but there is an adjacent two-story retail component with a smaller footprint.

If the project is approved, demolition and construction would begin “on or before April of 2021.” Genton Cockrum Partners is the second developer to propose plans for the Los Angeles County-owned property. Holland Partner Group went through the process in 2016 and intended to build a 250-unit mixed-use development, but the deal fell apart during the negotiation period.

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