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Architect of New York’s famous High Line will help design San Pedro Public Market

The $150-million project will totally overhaul the waterfront site The designer of New York’s High Line linear park has signed on to the upcoming San Pedro Public Market project. Curbed has learned that High Line designer James Corner Field Operations will be heading up landscape design and master planning for the entire Public Market project. Rapt Studio, a California-based studio known for building stylish brick-and-mortar offices for internet companies, will oversee the architecture and design for the project.
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