Arts District

929 East 2nd Street

Offices Approved At 929 East 2nd Street In Downtown, Los Angeles

A new office building has been approved for development at 929 East 2nd Street in Downtown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a mid-rise office-building offering spaces for offices, art studios, event management, and onsite parking. The new project calls for the redevelopment of the 1920s Challenge Cream & Butter Building. British developer Est4te Four Capital is the project developer. New York-based Morali Architects is responsible for the designs.

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107 South Hewitt Street. Photo by Stefany Hedman.

107 South Hewitt Street, in the Arts District, Nearly Complete

107 South Hewitt Street, between the Arts District and Little Tokyo, is nearly complete. The project is a collaboration between Boulevard Partners and Bridge Investment Group. The site is a couple of blocks away from LA Union Station, the hub for connections throughout the county. A website, recently launched for the complex, states that the site will be, “Welcoming you home soon,” and offers a simulation of the one site views of Downtown Los Angeles from the upper floors.

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405 S Hewitt Street Elevation

High-Rise Office Tower Proposed At 405 South Hewitt Street, Arts District, Los Angeles

A five-year-old proposal is all revamped with a high-rise building proposed at 405 South Hewitt Street in Arts District, Los Angeles. The new project proposal includes the constructon of a 18-story high-rise building offering office spaces spanning 340,000 square feet. Legendary Group is the project developer. Gensler is responsible for the design concepts. Cushman & Wakefield is also on the project development team.

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520 Mateo Street

Construction Goes Vertical For 520 Mateo Street In Downtown, Los Angeles

A new mixed-use development is under construction at 520 Mateo Street in the Arts District, Downtown Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a 35-story high tower offering residential, office, parking, and retail spaces. San Francisco-based Carmel Partners is the project developer. Works Progress Architecture and Solomon Cordell Buenz are leading the design team.

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