Own a Piece of the Redondo Beach Pier
The Monstad Pier offered by Kevin Apor | An Opportunity to own a Piece of the Redondo Beach Pier
An Opportunity to own a Piece of the Redondo Beach Pier
The Monstad Pier offered by Kevin Apor
An Exciting Historical Opportunity – Own a Piece OF THE REDONDO BEACH PIER! A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity knocks! Own property that not only has historical significance but is a major shopping, dining, and leisure-time destination in Southern California. Today the Redondo Beach Pier is poised to embark on a new era of prosperity with the investors who share a vision to be a part of the new Redondo Beach Waterfront. In a city as affluent, beautiful, and community-oriented as Redondo Beach, the Redondo Beach Fisherman’s Wharf and King Harbor embody the traditions and culture of Southern California’s prosperous coastal towns; they are icons of its coveted beach lifestyle and small-town heritage. The Fisherman’s Wharf draws millions of visitors each year, including locals, who consider it one of the premier shopping, dining, and family destinations on the Southern California coast. Strategically located in the Section of King Harbor known as The Monstad Pier, adjacent to this planned, major redevelopment, includes the former location of the popular Maison Riz Restaurant, with 6,500 sq. ft. of contiguous space on King Harbor, a complete commercial kitchen and full bar. Restaurant patrons flock to enjoy the stellar sunsets and crashing whitewater waves visible from the dining room windows. The Maison Riz was formerly the famous Tony’s Fishmarket Restaurant, owned by the Trutanich Family (the current owners of the successful Tony’s on the Pier). Tony Trutanich built the property in 1969 and didn’t sell Tony’s Fishmarket until 2008. Over the years, celebrities and tourists have filled the dining tables and bar stools. The iconic interiors and exteriors of the restaurant have been used as sets for reality TV shows and major Hollywood motion pictures.