Roughly since six years of the project being announced, new options are being considered for a mixed-use high-rise complex proposed at 670 Mesquit in the historic Arts District of Los Angeles. Bjarke Ingels and Gruen Associates are responsible for the designs.
University of Southern California is all set to welcome a new addition to its campus as a 116,000 square feet computer science center is starting to rise on the site. Named Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall, the center is set to open in 2023. The new building replaced a surface parking lot on Downey Avenue just east of Vermont Avenue. HOK is designing the contemporary mid-rise structure.
A new residential project is all set for construction at 141 Avenue 34 in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of large-scale mixed-use apartment complex constructed near the L Line’s Heritage Square Station. The project would rise from a former industrial site. Pinyon Group is the project developer. KFA Architecture is responsible for the designs.
A mixed-use building has been proposed for development at 7771 West Beverly Boulevard in Fairfax, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building offering retail and residential spaces. Los Angeles-based development firm Uncommon is the project developer. JZA Architecture is designing the building.
Construction has wrapped up for a residential project proposed at 585 Anton Avenue in Costa Mesa. The project proposal includes the development of a large-scale apartment complex featuring multifamily units, retail space, and onsite parking. KTGY Architects is responsible for the designs. The apartment complex was built by Quarterra, a subsidiary of Lennar. MJS served as the project’s landscape architect.