“Hana,” is nearly complete at 801 South Berendo Street, in Koreatown. The project is one of many by Jamison Services in the area. It was projected to finish in February of this year, although final touches appear to be lingering. The site will expand both retail and housing in the area.
A mix of housing, office space, and more could be seen in Downtown Los Angeles. The project proposal includes replacing the existing cold storage facility with a new mixed-use facility consisting of ten buildings ranging from two to forty-two stories in height.
Denver-based developer, Continuum Partners, is developing this project in an industrial area at the neighborhood’s border with Little Tokyo and Skid Row. The architecture firm, Studio One Eleven, is developing the master plan.
“Sawyer,” at 411 Normandie, is now leasing. The site is another development by Jameson Properties, which has dozens of developments in Koreatown. The site used to be a 1.12-acre church parking lot.
Construction has begun for a large multifamily residential development just north of a Metro L Line station in Duarte. MBK, a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co., announced its purchase of the Duarte development site just over one year ago.
Architects Orange is managing the design concept and construction.
The “Kenmore,” at 966 South Kenmore Avenue, in Koreatown, has opened. The site was developed by Jameson Services. It is now student housing, by Tripalink, which has several other housing sites throughout Los Angeles.