Alagem Capital Group, in partnership with Cain International, recently announced their joint venture One Beverly Hills in Los Angeles. The project is a striking and dynamic mixed-use urban resort in the center of world-famous Beverly Hills. The 1.375 million-square-foot project is designed as an environmentally sustainable, mixed-use urban resort around botanical gardens. Gensler and Foster + Partners are managing the design concepts and construction. RIOS is the landscape architect for the project.
Stories are starting to rise at 4200 West Pico in Mid-City, Los Angeles. The project will bring 54 units of permanent supportive housing for seniors to the area. Wakeland, a development company that specializes in California affordable housing, is behind the project.
Framing is starting to rise at 2405 South Hauser Boulevard in West Adams. The project will bring denser housing and a couple of low-income housing units to the area. The site previously hosted smaller residential buildings. Westside Contractors are currently working on the project.
New mixed-use development can be seen taking form and shape at 3170 Olympic Boulevard in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a building with residential and retail space. The project replaced a series of small commercial and residential buildings. Bando Dela Corp is developing the project. Archeon Group is managing the design concepts and construction.
Framing is starting to rise at 2922 Crenshaw in Jefferson Park, Los Angeles. The site will host new offices by CIM Group. It aims to attract tenants seeking opportunities in tech, creative design, financial services, and other innovative businesses. The site was previously a parking lot.