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LOS ANGELES | METRO Project Rundown 2.0 (non-downtown)

Welcome to the Los Angeles Metro thread covering the developments outside of downtown.

Link to v. 1.0
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=78475


Under Construction



The Vermont
22 and 28 stories – residential/retail


http://www.rebusinessonline.com/main.cfm?id=16781


Columbia Square
22 stories – residential
?? stories – office
Hollywood (Sunset and Gower)


Photo Credit: Johnson Fain Architect



Old Spaghetti Factory Building
23 stories – mixed
Hollywood


Photo Credit: Gerding Elden




Cedars-Sinai's Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion
11 story - healthcare


www.discoveringforlife.org




Emerson College Extension
10 stories- Educational Campus
Hollywood




Morphosis


Blvd 6200 - Phase I
6 stories - residential
Hollywood http://www.blvd6200.com/


Photo Credit: www.blvd6200.com



Wilshire/Barrington
6 stories - residential
Wilshire and Barrington


LA Times


Los Angeles Airport Expansion




http://archpaper.com/news/articles.asp?id=3000


Approved –

"Westerfield Project"
39 Stories - residential
Century City


curbed la



6230 Yucca
16 stories – residential
Hollywood http://www.s-ehrlich.com/


Photo Credit: www.s-ehrlich.com



Wetherly & 3rd

12-story - residential


Photo Credit: Curbed LA



Blvd 6200 - Phase II
? stories - residential
Hollywood http://www.blvd6200.com/


Photo Credit: www.blvd6200.com


Proposed –


Century City Towers
50 stories - office, hotel, residential


curbed la


Wilshire Gayley
29 stories - hotel/residential
Wilshire and Gayley


curbed la


Palladium Residences
28 stories - hotel/residential
Hollywood (Argyle and Sunset)
http://buildinglosangeles.blogspot.c...esidences.html


Wilshire Catalina
24 stories – Residential
Koreatown (Wilshire and Catalina)


Photo Credit: lametroguy


Koreatown Hotel
23-story - Hotel
Koreatown


KDI


Hollywood and Gower
20-story - Residential
Hollywood


curbed la


Ametron Tower
?-story - Office
Hollywood


ArchNew.com


Wilshire Skyline
17 stories – residential
Wilshire and La Jolla http://www.wilshireskyline.com/


Photo Credit: www.wilshireskyline.com


Pantages Theater
12 stories – office
Hollywood


Photo Credit: latimes


The Camden (1540 N. Vine)
11 stories- residential
Hollywood


Photo credit: http://www.nareit.com


Movietown Plaza
10 stories – mixed
West Hollywood

Photo Credit: Casden Properties


The Dream Hotel
9 stories - Hotel
Hollywood


Photo Credit: Killefer Flammang Architects


Selma and Vine
8 stories- office
Hollywood


Photo Credit: LA Times


Lexington
6 stories- mixed
Hollywood (Santa Monica and Highland)


10000 Santa Monica Blvd
? stories – Mixed
Century City


la-fi-condo.com


The Millennium Hollywood
? stories – Mixed
Hollywood


The Planning Report.com


The Planning Report.com

NoHo Art Wave
? stories – mixed
North Hollywood


Photo Credit: curbedla


Glass Tower
? stories - office
Jefferson and La Cienega


eric owens


On Hold - new construction


10000 Santa Monica
45 stories - residential
Century City


Photo Credit: LA Times


Wilshire Hobart
40 stories - Residential
Koreatown (3670 Wilshire) http://www.nadelarc.com/


Photo Credit: nadel architects


The Emhurst
21 and 16 stories – hotel
Koreatown (7th and Hobart)


Photo Credit: www.theemhurst.com


Circa
18 stories – residential
Koreatown (Wilshire and Virgil)


Photo Credit: lametroguy

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Old Posted Dec 10, 2007, 8:52 PM
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Recently Completed - new construction


The Carlyle


Thecondoshowroom.comr




The W Hollywood


the architect's newspaper


the architect's newspaper


1600 Vine







Photos: Brigham Yen



Solair Wilshire



King of the Hill

2000 Ave of the Stars




Wilshire and Vermont


Photo Credit: fridayinla


Serrano Palace Tower


Photo Credit: fridayinla



Kenmore Tower
Koreatown


redfin.com

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Why make another thread?
The creator of volume 1 is no longer able to maintain the thread (notice the last update of page 1). After speaking with an administrator and a moderator, it was decided that a new thread should be created to keep the information updated. Volume 1 will be archived and linked to this thread shortly.

It is intended to mirror the LA downtown thread to maintain consistency.

If you have any suggestions for this thread, I will take any help I can get.

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^ It says it at the top of the thread, but DaveinCali is simply too busy to update the old thread, so DowntownCB is taking over duties. Kind of like what we did with the downtown rundown thread. It's been run by the mods, so it should be kosher.

EDIT: Ha! DCB beat me to it.
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I'm down with this thread. The old metro thread needed some organization. And to keep things in focus I really think we ought to keep this thread limited to L.A. proper and its enclave/semi-enclave cities (SaMo, WeHo, Beverly Hills and culver city). i think having something like A-Town or some SGV project might be too much. LBC and OC rightfully have their own threads.
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Excellent start, btw, DCB. I remember seeing an updated render of Solair on Wishire but I can't find it. Perhaps fridayinla has one...
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Great Job!. Please add the two 50 story condos for century city. Also, arent the Red Building and the Jefferson under construction (or site prep for the Jefferson)?
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2 50-story condos for Century City? Outside of the Century, what else is planned at Century City? By the way, I see a fenced lot on the corner of Avenue of the Stars & Constellation...anybody know what's going on there?
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Wilshire Barrington should be added to the approved or prep section. The site has been cleared of the rug place that was there.

http://www.californialandmark.com/wi...arrington.html
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That fenced lot at constellation and ave of the stars is where the twin 48 story towers are supposed to be erected. No activity for several months now tho.

Westfield is also planning a 40 story tower at santa monica blvd and ave of the stars, tearing down the 10 story building currenting occupying the property, adjacent to the mall.

Then there's the development at the old Robinson's/May (currently being utilized for several movie/tv shoots), a ten-story 5-star condo development. And in front of the Beverly Hilton is supposed to be the new Waldorf Astoria, at approx. 10-14 stories. Beverly Hills is worried about the congestion, so who knows what the status is on that one. Much like the large, fenced off lot next to 1800 CPE, on Santa Monica Blvd. It's been sitting there doing nothing for over two years after demo of the old two-story building that used to occupy the property.

This is all old news...

But, the Century is going up quickly, in case no one's noticed. Already working on the 5th or 6th floor. The oval pattern is quite evident. This is going to look great in CC...

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Isn't the Noho TOD called NoHo Art Wave?
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Then there's the development at the old Robinson's/May (currently being utilized for several movie/tv shoots), a ten-story 5-star condo development. And in front of the Beverly Hilton is supposed to be the new Waldorf Astoria, at approx. 10-14 stories. Beverly Hills is worried about the congestion, so who knows what the status is on that one.
Here is one-
http://www.9900beverlyhills.com/

regarding the NoHo art wave project, there are other renders and more info here:
http://www.acmartin.com/nav_page.html Go to the "selected work" tab.
Also of interest there is the "High rise Hotel/ Residential Project" listed under the same tab. Looking at render #3, can anyone identify where in L.A. (I assume it is downtown) that is supposed to be?

Other renders of the Clubview tower can be found here-
http://www.keatingkhang.com/

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Does anyone have renderings of the proposed 50 story towers in Century City?
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But, the Century is going up quickly, in case no one's noticed. Already working on the 5th or 6th floor. The oval pattern is quite evident. This is going to look great in CC...
That is going up fast. I have not seen seen a picture posted of it out of the ground.
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Great work DCB! The Wilshire and Barrington tower is now a Christmas tree lot...
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Another one, 16 story condo in Hollywood on Yucca, completion set for 2009, to city this week.

http://la.curbed.com/archives/2007/1...woods_cont.php
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I never really read curbed that much outside of announcements, are they a NIMBY-ish site? The seem down on this projcet: "It also appears that the building will have some kind of super graphic at its peak. Let the complaining commence. Completion is scheduled for 2009."

Do they carry an anti-density philosophy?
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no not at all, its just little fun thats based on some of the idiot negative posters there. most people that are registered or are regular posters are cool, but some people post just to get a rise out of people.
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Yes, agree, Curbed is pro-urban.

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Here is one-
http://www.9900beverlyhills.com/

Other renders of the Clubview tower can be found here-
http://www.keatingkhang.com/
Steve, I found only one picture of Club View and it showed only half the building. Did I miss it?

The compilation post has been updated based on the suggestions in the posts above for everything I have renderings and enough info to post.


Still need:
Updated Solair rendering
The Gardens @ Wilshire Center rendering
Renderings for the Century City Proposals

If you run across these, please share.
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