The Mariners’ Mile Revitalization Master Plan provides for the enhanced vitality of the Mariners’ Mile corridor by establishing a series of distinct retail, mixed-use,
and visitor-serving centers. Harbor-fronting properties would accommodate a mix of visitor-serving retail and marine-related businesses, with portions of the
properties available for housing and mixed-use structures. View and public access corridors from Coast Highway to the Harbor would be required, with a
pedestrian promenade developed along the length of the Harbor frontage. Parcels on the inland side of Coast Highway, generally between Riverside Avenue and
the southerly projection of Irvine Avenue, would evolve as a pedestrian-oriented mixed-use “village” containing retail businesses, offices, services, and housing.
Sidewalks would be improved with landscape and other amenities to foster pedestrian activity. Inland properties directly fronting onto Coast Highway and those
to the east and west of the village would provide for retail, marine-related, and office uses. Streetscape amenities are proposed for the length of Mariners’ Mile to
improve its appearance and identity.