LA Business Journal

LA Business Journal’s LA 500 celebrates the most influential people in Los Angeles.

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Daily Breeze

Daily Breeze: West Harbor Developers promise originality, individuality, and fun

West Harbor will be all about “food, drinks, entertainment, and joy," said TRC Founder and Chairman Wayne Ratkovich.

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LA Business Journal

The Ratkovich Company ranked 12th largest commercial real estate developer…

Based on square footage developed in Los Angeles County since 2012 as listed in the January 17, 2022 Los Angeles Business Journal.

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L.A. Daily News

Daily News Interviews Brian Saenger on DTLA Pipeline

I am now more optimistic...

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LA Business Journal

Mega-Project at Ratkovich, New CEO Takes Reins

It's been over a year since Brian Saenger took the reins at the downtown LA-based Ratkovich Company, with West Harbor, one of its biggest projects in the works.

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Business Wire

West Harbor Secures $65M in for Dining, Entertainment Destination on LA Waterfront

West Harbor is primed to be a world class destination, featuring renowned chef-driven restaurants, a market hall, live entertainment and events.

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Univision

Wayne Ratkovich supporting Homeboy Industries and Father Gregory Boyle to provide housing

Board member Wayne Ratkovich is focusing on bringing new affordable housing across from Homeboy Industries headquarters.

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The Real Deal

Ratkovich CEO to UCLA Anderson Forecast board

Brian Saenger, the CEO of Los Angeles-based The Ratkovich Company, has joined the advisory board for the UCLA Anderson Forecast.

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Eater Los Angeles

Everything to Know About West Harbor, LA’s Massive Waterside Dining Development

Restaurant tenants from across Southern California are being lined up for this giant project at the site of the former Ports O’ Call Village in San Pedro

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Yahoo Finance

Ratkovich CEO Brian Saenger Named Founding Member of UCLA Anderson Forecast Board

"It is an honor to be a founding member of the UCLA Anderson Forecast Board of Advisors, which has been invaluable in providing insights about California for nearly 70 years,"...

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Business Wire

Ratkovich CEO Brian Saenger Named Founding Member of UCLA Anderson Forecast Board

Brian Saenger, President and CEO of The Ratkovich Company, played a leading role in acquisition and development of The Bloc in downtown Los Angeles and West Harbor in San Pedro

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Port of Los Angeles

Port of Los Angeles Completes Phase One of LA Waterfront Promenade and Town Square

On Oct. 21, the Port of Los Angeles unveiled a plaque dedicating the newest addition to the LA Waterfront, the Promenade and Town Square in San Pedro. The Port-funded $36...

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Urbanize.LA

First phase of $36M Town Square & Promenade completed in San Pedro

New waterfront open space makes its debut. Construction is complete for the initial phase of the new Promenade & Town Square in San Pedro, the Port of Los Angeles announced...

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LA Magazine

For Homeboy Industries, a Bakery, Tattoo Removal, and Now Housing?

...slated to go up on what is currently a city-owned parking lot across from its headquarters, is an effort again propelled by connections—Wayne Ratkovich.

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Secret Los Angeles

Historic Hollywood Hotspot Yamashiro Has A New Waterfront Location Opening

The new outpost will be a part of the West Harbor LA Waterfront development, slated to open in 2023.

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Eater Los Angeles

Hollywood’s Historic Yamashiro Restaurant Adds Shiny New Location Along the Water

The staple LA restaurant will grow into the new West Harbor development in San Pedro, with an opening slated for 2023

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KTLA

Iconic eatery Yamashiro, Hollywood opening second location at West Harbor

Expected to open end of 2023

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Los Angeles Times

San Pedro is getting a taste of Hollywood

Yamashiro, a popular hilltop restaurant, plans a branch at the waterfront project.

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Civitas

On the Waterfront | Wayne Ratkovich, The Ratkovich Company

Wayne Ratkovich, Founder and Chairman of The Ratkovich Company, joins podcast to discuss latest project, West Harbor, and its role in current efforts to re-brand San Pedro as a historical...

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LA Business Journal

LA Business Journal’s sixth annual LA500 celebrates most influential real estate leaders

Wayne Ratkovich and Brian Saenger are among the members on this year’s list.

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Mottek On Money

LA City Councilmember Joe Buscaino on waterfront redevelopment in San Pedro

Los Angeles City Councilmember Joe Buscaino, Chair of L.A.'s Trade, Travel and Tourism Committee, has an update on the waterfront redevelopment project in San Pedro.

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Crowdstreet

CrowdStreet’s Darren Powderly joined by Brian Saenger, President and CEO

CrowdStreet’s Darren Powderly is joined by Brian Saenger, President and CEO of The Ratkovich Company, to discuss what’s going on with office real estate, the demand drivers behind this asset...

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LA Business Journal

The Ratkovich Company Taps Saenger as New CEO

Ratkovich Co., one of the largest and most influential developers in Los Angeles, has a new chief executive.

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USC Architecture

USC Architectural Guild Awards Tribute Video: Wayne Ratkovich

USC Architectural Guild Awards Tribute Video: Wayne Ratkovich

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USC Architecture

USC Architectural Guild Spotlight Interview with Wayne Ratkovich

Join us for an intimate discussion into the career and professional impact of Wayne Ratkovich

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AIA Los Angeles

Wayne Ratkovich’s Inside Look at the Iconic Los Angeles

When we asked Wayne Ratkovich, President & CEO, The Ratkovich Company, to select one of his projects that had most contributed to Los Angeles, the developer demurred. How to favor...

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Larchmont Chronicle

A quick trip through Los Angeles history with Wayne Ratkovich, Part II

Wayne and Jo Ann Ratkovich have lived in Windsor Square and Hancock Park for most of the past 50 years.

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Larchmont Chronicle

A quick trip through Los Angeles history with Wayne Ratkovich

Wayne and Jo Ann Ratkovich have lived in Windsor Square and Hancock Park for most of the past 50 years.

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Los Angeles Times

San Pedro’s Ports O’ Call was torn down. A new waterfront is finally taking shape

On the main channel of Los Angeles Harbor where the city’s shipping industry was born more than a century ago, a kitschy imitation of a New England fishing village called...

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Biznow.com

LA Harbor Commission Approves Construction Of $150M San Pedro Public Market Overhaul

The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners has unanimously approved the first phase of a much anticipated revamp of the San Pedro Public Market. 

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Urbanize.LA

$33-Million Promenade and Town Square Breaks Ground in San Pedro

The Port of Los Angeles broke ground on a $33-million open space project in San Pedro.

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Daily Breeze

Port of LA breaks ground on waterfront town square and promenade in San Pedro

Port and city officials joined with developers to break ground on a town square and the next portion of the promenade.

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Daily Breeze

San Pedro waterfront permit sails through LA harbor commission

Los Angeles harbor commissioners unanimously approved a coastal permit that paves the way for San Pedro’s new waterfront development to begin construction.

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Daily Breeze

Coastal permit approval expected to pave way for San Pedro waterfront construction

Port of Los Angeles officials are expected to approve a coastal permit that will allow construction to begin on a new waterfront development where Ports O’ Call Village once stood...

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Daily Breeze

San Pedro’s waterfront takes shape with arrival of Iowa and plans for new attraction

A significant future waterfront puzzle piece was the 2012 arrival of the USS Iowa as a permanent historical attraction.

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Daily Breeze

New approvals put San Pedro’s waterfront on track for March groundbreaking

San Pedro’s long wait for a redeveloped waterfront got a boost.

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Daily Breeze

San Pedro waterfront plans advance; groundbreaking set for spring 2020

Plans for the new waterfront development in San Pedro are going as planned, according to both port officials and developers.

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Urbanize.LA

Plan for New Housing at The Alhambra Moves Forward

The Ratkovich Company continues to move forward with plans to build more than 1,000 condos and apartments around The Alhambra office complex.

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Daily Breeze

Construction delayed 6 months, but waterfront is still on deck for big changes

Port officials also portrayed a waterfront district that will be virtually transformed within the next five years.

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Daily Breeze

Millions at stake as Port of LA prepares to select environmental, waterfront projects

Millions of port dollars are on the table this summer for projects.

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Urbanize.LA

Fresh Renderings of the $150-Million San Pedro Public Market

The remake of the Ports O' Call Village is on pace to break ground next year.

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Urbanize.LA

This Week in Lease: ELARC Expands in Alhambra, Marketing Agency Signs in West Hollywood

Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center has leased an additional 7,771 square feet at The Alhambra. 

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Urbanize.LA

This Week in Leases: Cal State L.A. Takes 12,000 Square Feet at The Alhambra

The Ratkovich Company announced this week that Cal State University, Los Angeles has signed a 12,051-square-foot lease to create a satellite campus at The Alhambra

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Daily Breeze

Why an idea is being floated to move the USS Iowa in San Pedro

An ambitious plan involving a move of the Battleship Iowa is making the rounds this month in presentations at community meetings.

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Eater Los Angeles

San Pedro’s New Waterfront Project Will House a 15-Stall Food Hall

The colossal development known as San Pedro Public Market is well underway in LA’s southern edge.

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Daily Breeze

What’s next for the now-shuttered Ports O’ Call?

Now that Ports O’ Call Restaurant is closed and in line for demolition, what happens next on San Pedro’s waterfront?

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Connect California

Ratkovich completes 221K SF of Leasing at The Alhambra

The Ratkovich Company signed a series of new leases at The Alhambra mixed-use urban community located in Alhambra, CA

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The Architect's Newspaper

Restorative projects aim to stitch Port of Los Angeles communities back together

A slew of transformative waterfront-adjacent projects aim to reclaim and transform the shore for nearby communities.

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Connect California

100K SF Leasing Activity at Ratkovich’s Miracle Mile Building

The Ratkovich Company signed six leases at 5900 Wilshire in Los Angeles, totaling nearly 100,000 square feet. The deals maintain the 31-story office tower’s occupancy at more than 90%, a...

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LA Business Journal

Edelman Extends Lease for 30,500-SF Space at 5900 Wilshire

New York-based public relations and marketing company Edelman has signed a five-year extension of its lease at 5900 Wilshire Blvd on the Miracle Mile, landlord Ratkovich Co. announced.

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