Construction has started at 744 South Figueroa Street in Downtown Los Angeles. The project is being developed by Mitsui Fudosan America. When completed, sky decks at the top of the building will offer views of the Financial District and vistas to the Hollywood Hills, Pacific Ocean, and beyond.
Construction has progressed for a new six-story market gateway development at 213 E. Regent Street, Inglewood. Named Inglewood Market Gateway, it is a transit-oriented mixed-use development with five levels of residential units, retail, and commercial spaces.
Thomas Safran & Associates is the project developer. Withee Malcom Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
Construction has topped out for 750 South Oxford Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The site was acquired by Cal-Coast in 2015 in conjunction with East Coast partner Rescore. Bernards Builders Inc. is the primary contractor. It has been entitled “The Rise.”
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of constructing new affordable housing project at 2111 Firestone Boulevard in Florence-Graham, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes constructing a six-story multi-family housing development with on-site parking facility.
Elsey Holdings, LLC is the applicant and Prime Place is the project developer.
The exterior of Llewellyn apartments is nearly finished at 1101 North Main Street, in Chinatown. The site is right across the street from Los Angeles State Historic Park. Trammell Crow Company is the developer behind the project, which aims to establish itself as the residential prototype in a neighborhood that is transitioning from early 20th century industrial uses to a vibrant, artsy mixed-use community.