San Pedro Street
San Pedro Street is a major north-south thoroughfare in Los Angeles, California, running from Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles to West Rancho Dominguez. San Pedro Street was one of the earliest roadways, along with Alameda Street, between central Los Angeles and the Port of Los Angeles; much of the road's original alignment south of Jefferson Boulevard has been renamed Avalon Boulevard.
The portion of San Pedro Street north of 1st Street was renamed Judge John Aiso Street in 1999.
- Edward R. Roybal Federal Building and United States Courthouse
- Union Center for the Arts (former Japanese Union Church of Los Angeles)
- San Pedro Firm Building
- Little Tokyo
- Japanese American Cultural & Community Center
- The Japanese American Veterans Memorial Court
- James Irvine Japanese Garden
- Toy District
- Skid Row
- Fashion District
Metro Local lines 48, 51, 52 and 351 serve San Pedro Street; Line 48 runs in South LA and lines 51, 52 and 351 in Downtown LA.
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