A two-tower development breaks ground at 3545 Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of two high-rise buildings offering residential units, retail, commercial, and parking spaces. Jamison Services Inc is the project developer. Gruen Associates is responsible for the design concepts.
Work remains stalled at 1155 South Olive Street, in Downtown Los Angeles. Developers Mack Urban and AECOM Capital last resubmitted plans in 2018, and received financial incentives in 2019 from the city, but permits have yet to be filed. When completed, the site will bring a new hotel to the area, which the City estimates will generate $34.6 million in net new revenue for the City, including construction, during the first 25 years of operation.
A new supportive housing complex is taking shape and form at 283 West Imperial Highway in Broadway-Manchester, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of supporting housing untis made of prefabricated modular units. The project is a joint venture between Clifford Beers Housing and American Family Housing. LOHA is responsible for the design concepts.
A new large-scale residential project is under development at 777 North Front Street in Burbank, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of 573 apartments next to Burbank Metrolink stop. The project will bring four buildings ranging from seven to eight stories in height. LaTerra Development and QuadReal Property Group are the project developers. Urban Architecture Lab and TCA Architects have teamed up to work on the conceptual plans and designs.
After one year of project announcement, a proposed office building makes its way forward at 6101 Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story building offering spaces for retail, offices, and parking uses. Plans call for the demolition of a surface parking lot and a 1920s commercial building on the site. BARDAS Investment Group is the project developer. House & Robertson is responsible for the design concepts.