News & Highlights
Groundbreaking ceremony for the Alameda-Harry Bridges Landscape Improvements Project
September 10, 2010
THE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES
in partnership with
THE WILMINGTON INDUSTRIAL PARK ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Invite you to the groundbreaking ceremony for the
ALAMEDA-HARRY BRIDGES LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
Funded by the Port of Los Angeles
China Shipping Aesthetic Mitigation Funds
Monday, Septermber 27, 2010, 10AM
1006 East E Street, Wilmington, CA 90744
Southside of E Street, West of Alameda
Vacant lot next to potential industries
PLEASE RSVP TO ELIZABETH LEE AT (310) 732-5633 OR ELEE@CRA.LACITY.ORG
For more information, download Invite [PDF, 357KB]
CRA/LA Creates Industrial Incentive Program to Create Jobs and "Green" Manufacturing Citywide
August 10, 2010
Los Angeles - In an effort to create jobs, support sustainable manufacturing and help businesses rehabilitate, locate and expand throughout Los Angeles, an Industrial Incentive Program (IIP) was approved August 5 by the Board of Commissioners of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles (CRA/LA).
Press Release [PDF, 70KB]
Beautifying Wilmington Industrial Park
October 17, 2008
In addition to the tremendous location conveniences it provides to businesses, the Wilmington Industrial Park is on its way to becoming a pleasant and beautiful place to work. CRA/LA is spearheading two projects to make this happen.
A landscaped gateway is proposed at the Alameda Street entrance to the business park, and upwards of 300 trees will be planted within the park in the coming months.
Click for full image [4.39MB PDF]
Image courtesy of ah'bé Landscape Architects,
Culver City, California 90232 [4.39MB PDF]
A New Gateway to Wilmington Industrial Park
Businesses and their customers will be welcomed to Wilmington Industrial Park by a new entrance gateway on Alameda Street at E Street.
The proposed new gateway will feature a landmark sign for the business park and landscaping that flanks the E Street entrance. Landscaping will include Canary Island Pines and Liquid Amber trees, shrubs, ground cover and an automatic irrigation system so the plant life can thrive.
A Million Trees for LA; Hundreds for WIP
CRA/LA and the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) have been working closely with the Mayor’s Office to plant new trees in Wilmington under the Mayor’s Million Trees Los Angeles (MTLA) initiative. In the Wilmington Industrial Park, 300 of these trees will be planted in the public right of way along sidewalks. Additionally, trees will be available to property owners at NO COST . Owners will be responsible for maintaining and watering trees planted on their property.
WIP property owners can contact Kris Pak at (310) 732-5633 or firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain information about obtaining trees by October 31, 2008.