Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles is a classically restored 1940’s-era warehouse that serves as a handmade artisan marketplace on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. On a typical weekend, more than 100 individual artists, crafters and foodmakers come together in this San Pedro building to sell their handcrafted goods to the public.
To say the space is grand is an understatement. This vast, open structure was the brilliant idea of experienced developer, Wayne Blank. His intention was to transform this once naval warehouse into a beautiful and versatile location. Though the warehouse is home to this large-scale, permanent craft marketplace, it’s also the perfect place for special events.
The stretching venue can accommodate weddings, parties, trade shows, and corporate events up to 3,000 people. Not only is the space large enough to host almost any sort of event, it’s also the perfect blank slate for any client’s taste. Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles is an artistically refurbished hall, equipped with an open-truss ceiling and overhead lighting. By having quality and essential bare bones, Crafted can easily support any style of event. The open-beamed ceilings provide the perfect support for hanging décor, while the simple and malleable design aesthetics encourage clients to really let their personality guide the event.
With its clean, yet industrial feel, this historical warehouse is a unique find in Southern California. Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles is the perfect venue for the creatively inclined and those looking to host a grand gathering.
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