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Old Posted Jul 9, 2014, 6:22 AM
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LOS ANGELES | College Station (2 TOWERS) | 200 FT | 20 FLOORS

Location: 924 N. Spring Street
Function: Mixed-Use | 500 units | 19,800 SF Retail
Architect: Van Tilburg Banvard & Soderbergh Architects
Developer: EVOQ Properties
Timeline: 2016 - 2018

Under the more ambitious first option, College Station would birth a total of 685 housing units and over 45,000 square feet of ground floor retail and restaurant space. Two 20-story residential towers would rise on the southernmost edge of the project site, comprising a total of 500 market rate apartments, 5 live-work lofts, and just under 20,000 square feet of street level commercial space. Adjacent to the high-rise structures, EVOQ proposes a four-story, 100-unit senior housing complex that would sit above a 20,000 square foot market. The northernmost section of College Station would yield an eight-story apartment building, featuring 80 live-work lofts and slightly over 2,000 square feet of ground level retail space. All components of the project would be served by a total of 1,054 parking spaces, located in subterranean and podium garages, as well as angled stalls on internal streets.

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Old Posted Jul 9, 2014, 9:11 AM
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This is the type of density that LA needs. The city is definitely on the right path with all of the developments recently announced. Lets hope this trend continues as it is the right path to success.
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