A new high-rise tower is under construction at 1000 South Hill Street, Downtown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a 60-story tower offering residential and retail spaces.
Onni Group is the project developer. IBI Group is serving as the architect of record for the glass-and-steel high-rise, taking the reins from Chris Dikeakos Architects, which handled the entitlement design.
Vertical construction is in full swing for the largest high-rise proposed in Downtown Los Angeles. The residential tower will offer 700 apartments on its upper floors. Plans call for a podium structure featuring a 1,000-car garage lined by 15,000 square feet of street-fronting retail and restaurant space. The apartment tower will rise to a height of 760 feet, making it the tallest residential hit-rise.
Renderings reveal a contemporary design similar to Onni’s other Downtown towers. Habitable spaces and residential units are planned along the exterior of the garage, fully obscuring it from view along both Olympic and Hill.
Construction of the tower would be completed over period of approximately 30 months. The project site is located at the intersection of Olympic Boulevard and Hill Street.