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Marina Farms Market Remodeling Begins

A fire in March damaged the store extensively.

Workers began remodeling the market on Monday after a fire damaged the store in March. 

The store’s owner, Gil Bautista, recently received building permits from the City of Los Angeles, and expects the market to open in September, in conjunction with the reopening of his sister’s restaurant next door, Go-Veggie, according to local resident Frank Sanford who spoke to Bautista.

A , located at 5454 S. Centinela Ave., on March 13, and at the time six Los Angeles Fire Department engines responded to the blaze and extinguished it in about 30 minutes.

The market’s phone has been disconnected for some time, and attempts by Patch to contact the owner by visiting the site were unsuccessful. 

Boogan July 04, 2012 at 02:07 AM
Its great that re opening and re building is happening
Sharon Dilworth Stoltzman (PDR) February 16, 2013 at 10:23 AM
MARINA, PLAYA VISTA AND CULVER CITY NEED THE RETURN OF MARINA FARMS. I GREW UP HERE WHEN IT WAS THE MACHADO RANCHO, THEN LOPEZ FAMILY TOOK OVER THE FARM AND STORE ON JEFFERSON WHERE THE STORAGE FACILITY IS NOW, PLAYA VISTA IS GROWING AND WE NEED TO SEE THE RETURN OF A GREAT PRODUCE, NATURAL FOODS AND FRESH VEGETABLES AGAIN. PLEASE HOW CAN I HELP GET IT GOING AGAIN??

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