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Initial Res Apartments Offered for Lease at Ventura Mixed-Use Development

1/08/20

The initial 56 res units have been made available for lease at Port Ventura Harbor, the largest mixed-used waterfront development of its kind on the West Coast. The culmination of nearly two decades of planning, at buildout in April 2020, the 27-acre Port Ventura Harbor will feature 270 apartment homes, 30 live/work units and 22k sf of community serving retail.

Located an hour north of Los Angeles, Portside Ventura Harbor fronts Ventura Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The project distinguishes itself from most other mixed-use developments by adhering to the new urbanism principles that are behind the successful communities of Seaside, FL and Santana Row near San Jose, CA. This ultimately helped the Portside Ventura Harbor project gain approval from the California Coastal Commission, according to Michael Sondermann, Manager of Ventura-based Portside Partners Ventura Harbor LLC, which leads the development team. Often referred to as “villages,” new urbanist projects place an emphasis on low-impact development with walkable streets, housing, public spaces and shopping all in close proximity to one another.

Created around a large public plaza, Portside Ventura Harbor residents can walk or bike to the community’s town center, retail amenities, pool, spa, tennis court and pet park. To encourage enjoyment of the waterfront by the community, the developers also dedicated two acres for a public park as well as a new pedestrian promenade bordering the harbor.

The Mission Colonial architecture of Portside Ventura Harbor was designed by Togawa Smith Martin Inc with a very low-density ratio of 11 units per acre. All of Portside Ventura Harbor’s studio, one-, two-, three-bedroom apartment homes and live/work units averaging over 1k sf – with 10% of the units set aside for low- and moderate-income earners — face the street to activate the sidewalks.

Portside Ventura Harbor also includes the first new marina in Ventura Harbor in more than 30 years. The Marina will feature 104 boat slips to accommodate vessels up to 80 feet, as well as a 90-foot public paddleboard dock.

The developers have engaged family-owned E&S Ring Management Corporation to oversee residential leasing and the Ventura County office of CBRE the retail leasing.





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