Downtown Los Angeles

225 East 5th Street Exterior

Youth Art Center Under Construction At 225 East 5th Street, Downtown Los Angeles

A new art center project is taking shape and form at its project site at 225 East 5th Street in Downtown Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a youth art center in the historic Fire Station No. 23. The project calls for the conversion of the structure that dates back more than 20 years. The fire station came into service in 1910, and even accommodate horse-drawn fire engines until 1915. It was considered one of the most advanced facilities of its type at the time of its construction. Brooks + Scarpa is responsible for the designs.

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Fourth & Central Skyline

$2B Fourth & Central Mixed-Use Coming To Downtown Los Angeles

A mixed-use project is all set to be a part of the massive transit infrastructure coming to Downtown Los Angeles, which will reshape the entire region over the next decade. The project proposal is a part of a master plan for the site, which includes multiple properties fronting 4th Street, Alameda Street, and Central Avenue. The project proposes to bring a mix of housing, offices, a hotel, and commercial uses, as well as open space. Denver-based Continuum Partners is the project developer. Studio One Eleven is responsible for the designs.

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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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