Fisherman’s Village is a waterfront mall, commercial boat anchorage and tourist attraction located in the world’s largest man-made small boat harbor in Marina del Rey, California. It is nestled on the eastern bank of main channel between Shanghai Red’s restaurant to the south and the Windward boatyard to the north. Constructed in the style of a New England fishing village, Fisherman’s Village comprises five brightly painted wooden buildings, a waterfront promenade, a lighthouse, water fountain and commercial boat docks. Tourist attractions include; live music concerts, restaurant and café dining, harbor and fishing cruises, boat and bicycle rentals, a Catalina Island ferry service, souvenir shops, a nightclub and a public water shuttle (harbor ferry) service. The waterfront promenade offers panoramic views of the harbor in which approximately 5,300 pleasure boats, yachts and commercial vessels are berthed in 21 individual marinas including yacht clubs. Various types of ocean-going vessels can be seen as they pass Fisherman’s Village en route to or returning from voyages into Santa Monica Bay, Catalina Island, the Pacific Ocean and beyond. On Wednesday evenings during March to September from 5 pm to 7 pm, up to 100 sailboats from 22 to 70 feet in length can be seen, sails unfurled, racing toward the finishing line in California Yacht Club’s (CYC) Sunset Series regatta. Fisherman’s Village address is 13755 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, California, 90292-6909. It is situated on Los Angeles County land (public land) and designated as parcel #56 by the DBH (Department of Beaches and Harbors). DBH lease the parcels on the public’s behalf. The adjoining public parking lot #1 is managed by Parking Concepts International (PCI) on behalf of DBH. The leasee of Fisherman’s Village is ‘Gold Coast Village, LLC’ who have appointed their property management company, ‘Pacific Ocean Management’. The leasee also holds other parcels in Marina Del Rey such as Admiralty Apartments on Admiralty Way, Marina Beach strip mall on Washington Boulevard and Pier 44/Dock 77 marinas. Shoreline Village in Long Beach is another lease held. Other entities of note adjoining Fisherman’s Village are: US Coast Guard station, MDR Sheriff’s station, the Department of Beaches and Harbors (DBH) executive offices, Shanghai Red’s restaurant, Villa Venetia apartment complex and UCLA rowing sheds to the south and Loyola Marymount University (LMU) rowing sheds, The Boatyard and DBH trailer offices to the North-east Since the late 1970s, Fisherman’s Village has faced a decline of stores closing due to the leasing issues. A seal cage was emptied, a place for pinball and video games, as well as for arcades, too were shut down. At times, the boat tours were shut down as well. There has been an effort to rebuild Fisherman’s Village with a parking complex, however, due to the millions of dollars involved in order to add new shops and stores, as well as the influx of heavy traffic, it had to go through several environmental impact reports before any demolition could take place. No decision has been made at this time. The parking lot had to start charging fees in order to pay for the maintenance of Fisherman’s Village.