LAM often features projects that take on remaking industrial or abandoned waterfronts into parks. (Check out our April issue to see more about the Port of Los Angeles’s Wilmington Waterfront Park.) But Will Doig suggests in an article on Salon.com that industry should win out, at least some of the time, in the battle for waterfront real estate. Oakland is moving in that direction with the planned redevelopment of a closed army base, pictured, into a maritime industrial hub.
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