Construction continues at the $165-million AMLI MDR development in Marina del Rey.
The collection of five-story buildings, located on an L-shaped property at Via Marina and Panay Way, will feature 585 apartments in addition to a variety of on-site amenities, including swimming pools and neighborhood-serving commercial space.
TCA Architects designed the waterfront development in the image of a boathouse, featuring a simple shed roof and exposed rafters. A pedestrian paseo wraps the perimeter of the nearly 10-acre property.
Construction is on pace to wrap up next year, as work ramps up for a similar development next door.
AMLI MDR Archive (Urbanize LA). Continue reading
The website of Large Architecture has offered up a new batch of renderings for 2900 Wilshire, the next high-rise development from Jamison Services, Inc. and Hankey Capital.
Planned for a three-acre property across the street from Lafayette Park – on the border between Koreatown and MacArthur Park – the project calls for a 23-story tower featuring 644 apartments and 13,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
The building is designed with a curving, 269-foot-tall structure rising above a podium consisting of residential units and parking for more than 1,100 vehicles. Open space amenities – including a dog park and a swimming pool – are also planned for outdoor decks at the seventh and roof levels. continue reading
Site preparation is now underway for Perla, a mixed-use high-rise development at the corner of 4th Street and Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles.
The project, which is being developed by Shanghai Construction Group America, would consist of a 34-story building featuring 450 residential units above a podium structure featuring parking and 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
CallisonRTKL is designing the building, which would feature setbacks above its 12th level in accordance with the Broadway Design Overlay. Continue reading
Long Beach’s new tallest building is preparing to break ground at the corner of Ocean Boulevard and Alamitos Avenue, according to LongBeachize.
The project, a follow-up to the $70-million Current apartment tower next-door, calls for the construction of a 35-story building that would feature 315 residential units, approximately 6,700 square feet of commercial space and five levels of subterranean parking accommodations for 458 vehicles.
LongBeachize reports that the new building, which is tentatively called the East Tower, will feature a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments ranging from 520 square feet to 1,176 square feet in size.
Carrier Johnson + Culture and RELM Studio are designing the project, which would rise to a maximum height of 417 feet above street level, eclipsing the Long Beach World Trade Center. It would be located across a 10,000-square-foot public plaza which will be shared with the Current. Continue reading
housing trust fund over the next four years.
The project, located at 11770 Wilshire Boulevard, would replace an existing commercial building with 376 units of housing—16 of them set aside for very low-income households (those making less than half of LA’s median income).
The development is now also set to include a nearly 1-acre public park (more than twice the size of what was formerly proposed) at the intersection of Wilshire and Stoner Avenue.
Known as the Landmark Apartments, the project has been in the works for several years and has undergone at least one redesign in that time (it was once scheduled to open in 2017).continue reading
The revised concept, designed by asap/adam sokol architecture practice pllc, envisions a 45-story tower on the property at 525 S. Spring Street, featuring 360 residential units, 25,000 square feet of street-fronting commercial space and a below-grade parking garage. Renderings portray the approximately 500-foot building with an angular form that shifts to create open space along the property lines. The exterior is composed of varying shades of blue glass that gradually lighten moving up the tower.
Hellen has pondered several development schemes for 525 Spring in the past.
Originally, Hellen had sought to construct a larger parking garage on the lot to serve businesses in the Spring Street Arcade. He would eventually rethink the project as a 12-story building featuring residential units and commercial space. Continue reading
Koreatown’s biggest landlord, Jamison Services, Inc., has started clearing away several small commercial buildings at 3980 Wilshire Boulevard to make way for a mixed-use development.
The property, located at the southeast corner of Wilshire and Wilton Place, is slated for a seven-story building that will feature 228 studo, one- and two-bedroom apartments and 17,000 square feet of street-fronting commercial space. Plans also call for underground parking for 340 vehicles, as well as amenities such as a rooftop deck, a fitness center, a swimming pool and a courtyard. Continu reading
Developer Holland Partner Group has progressed to the 14th floor above ground on the long-awaited second tower at the Apex property in South Park.
Located at the southeast corner of 9th and Figueroa Streets, the mixed-use development will eventually stand 28 stories and feature 341 apartments above 11,600 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. Plans also call for a rooftop amenity deck, prominent digital signage and an underground parking garage. Continue reading
A staff report to the Los Angeles City Planning Commission offers up new renderings for Capri Capital Partners’ proposed redevelopment of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping mall.
The master plan for the project, which emerged in late 2014, calls for adding more that 2 million of programmed space to the 43-acre site, which is located at the corner of Crenshaw and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevards. A full buildout of the development would include: Continue reading