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
LAS VEGAS — With a quick two-handed pass — just a flick of the wrists — nearly 30 feet from the basket, on his first possession against the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday, Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball delivered an on-the-money alley-oop lob to Brandon Ingram for a dunk. continue reading
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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
The Downtown Los Angeles Streetcar, a signature project for 14th District Councilmember Jose Huizar and the Bringing Back Broadway initiative, took a step forward with the unanimous approval today of a new report by the Los Angeles City Council. This action allows the City to begin formal discussions with Metro, which has earmarked $200 million for the project through the transportation sales tax imposed passed through Measure M.
The City of Los Angeles will explore ways in which Metro can release funds for the street car as soon as possible, as Measure M is currently not scheduled to fund construction until the 2050s. The project team is also exploring a grant from the Federal government’s small starts program, as well as a potential public-private partnership to fund the project incrementally. Continue reading
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Hudson Pacific Properties will scale back a proposed office building in Hollywood after coming to an agreement with Measure S proponent AIDS Healthcare Foundation, reports the Los Angeles Times.
In exchange for AHF dropping its lawsuit against the project, HPP will cut the height of its Epic development at 5901 Sunset Boulevard from 15 stories to 13 stories and abandon plans to build a ground-floor supermarket.
Settlement talks have started for a second lawsuit with an adjacent property owner, according to the Times. Continue reading
by Steven Sharp on June 29, 2017, 7:53PM
Onni Group’s updated plan for the redevelopment of the Times Mirror Square complex has been unveiled through an initial study published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.
The project, which first emerged in late 2016, calls for demolishing a 1970s expansion of the historic Los Angeles Times headquarters and the construction of modern high-rise towers in its place. Onni would also retain and rehabilitated the original 1930s and 1940s buildings as creative office space.
Architecture firm A.C. Martin is designing the project, which calls for towers of 37 and 53 stories along Broadway between 1st and 2nd Streets. The new construction would create 1,127 residential units, seated atop approximately 34,000 square feet of street-fronting commercial space and a parking podium.
With peak heights of 665 feet and 488 feet above street level, the towers are similar in scale to similar high-rise developments planned nearby, including those at 232 W. 2nd Street and within the Grand Avenue Project. Continue reading