California city moves forward with waterfront plan

Redondo Beach, Calif., officials moved forward with a waterfront revitalization plan after rejecting an appeal from a slow-growth group. The plan includes infrastructure repairs estimated at $108 million. As part of a public-private partnership (P3/PPP) agreement, the city is working with a developer on a $250 million, 35-acre project. The development includes public space, improved beach and swimming areas, a public market, theater, hotel, boardwalk and retail space.


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