The Redondo Beach Boardwalk can be jam packed with people on the weekends, but we went there on a Tuesday evening and caught it relatively people free. The place cleans up well just after the sun sets.
“The International Boardwalk has long been a source of conflict along the Redondo Waterfront, tucked between the Redondo Beach Harbor and the Redondo Pier. Simultaneously a tourist attraction and a local eyesore, it’s ground zero for the planned CenterCal Waterfront Project, which would add 290,000 square feet of new development to the Boardwalk and the surrounding areas.” – David Mendez Easy Reader News
“A lot of tenants are coming in and trying to plant a flag, which proves to me the viability of what we’re talking about,” Fred Bruning, CEO of CenterCal Properties said. “I find amazing demand to be on the waterfront if it can be developed in a way that is interesting and modern, and I think local tenants are catching that same vibe.”