Historic Downtown San Pedro offers everything you’re looking for in a walkable neighborhood. Restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, wine bars, breweries, art galleries and boutique shops that gives you a welcoming hometown charm.
During the summer and fall, First Thursday Art Walk is a festive event in the evenings that happens each month, with art gallery openings, live entertainment and food trucks lining the streets. Click here for a map of the locations of these restaurants, art galleries and boutique shops.
Within a couple blocks of your new home you’ll find coffee shops, restaurants and boutique stores, all with that small town atmosphere.
San Pedro Waterfront Arts District
Our thriving Waterfront Arts District offers so much in the artistic world; Art galleries, murals, live entertainment and performing arts at the Grand Annex and the beautifully restored Warner Grand Theatre.
Grab a blanket and a picnic basket and catch “Shakespeare By The Sea” at Point Fermin Park, or do the dinner/theater package at the Little Fish Theatre.
There’s nothing like experiencing a performance at the epic Warner Grand Theatre, a beautifully restored 1931 art deco movie palace now used for the performing arts.
Discussing our arts culture in San Pedro wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Misty Copeland, our local celebrity and one of the top ballerinas in the world. Misty is now a principal dancer with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre.
Misty’s story is amazing and an inspiration to all.
Our local legend Misty Copeland. World's top ballerina and poetry in motion.
Lilyan Fierman Walkway mural by local artist Luis Sanchez.
Home By The Sea
Your outdoors just got a whole lot bigger. If you’re looking for a new home in Los Angeles and you want plenty of elbow room, then San Pedro is the place to be. Explore hundreds of acres of nearby nature reserves, sail or windsurf on San Pedro Bay, or enjoy a picnic at the beautiful parks on top of the ocean bluffs.
So many notable businesses call San Pedro home, but you wouldn’t know it just passing through. Blue Tech is a now big part of our town with the AltaSea campus. San Pedro is also becoming LA’s Silicon Harbor
You don’t have to be a yachtsman to enjoy the Cabrillo Way Marina. Tree-lined bike paths run all around the marina and there are lots of benches making this a great place to kick back and enjoy the day.
A favorite place to dine or just chill with a drink is at the 22nd St.Landing Seafood Grill & Bar while watching the sun setting over the marina.
The upcoming West Harbor is one of the many exciting new additions coming to our community.
This massive re-vitalization will transform our boardwalk into a world-class waterfront destination of shops, cafes, dining, and entertainment. Construction is already underway!
Artist rendering of the Gensler designed AltaSea campus.
Already underway, AltaSea will be the largest marine research facility in the world. They hold events and tours throughout the year and currently houses Boeing’s unmanned submarines, Catalina Sea Ranch and is home to one of the Space X autonomous drone ships.
Always cool to watch the drone ship return with a recovered rocket, or GO Ms. Tree, the world’s largest catchers mitt heading out to catch a rocket nose cone.
The marvelous GO Ms.Tree. (formerly Mr. Steven).
Cabrillo Beach just down the street
Point Fermin Park from above. Spectacular shoreline views!
Buying a new home In San Pedro gives you the lifestyle you're looking for. On the waterfront and by the sea.
San Pedro is also the winter home to modern day ocean explorer Dr. Robert Ballard and his exploratory vessel the Nautilus (E/V Nautilus). Remember the Titanic? He’s the one who found it.
Scoping out the Googly-eyed Stubby Squid shows us how much fun following the E/V Nautilus can be!
Photo/Video: OET/Nautilus Live
Hard to believe this is a real, living sea creature! Lots of amazing things to discover when you buy a new home in South Bay!