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Old Posted Apr 3, 2018, 5:36 AM
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Is Figueroa center Chinese investors too? I really hope not, I’ve been looking forward to it more than just about anything.

This one.
I believe its an american developer. Could be wrong:
http://urbanize.la/post/66-story-tow...hotel-figueroa
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1144 S. Hope Street, one of the single-story warehouse buildings on the Hope Street side (obviously) of the block that houses Evo, Eleven and Luma, just sold. It's the second property from the corner. I wonder who bought it and for what purpose. If it's the same owner as the corner building, they could be putting together a future development property...
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1144 S. Hope Street, one of the single-story warehouse buildings on the Hope Street side (obviously) of the block that houses Evo, Eleven and Luma, just sold. It's the second property from the corner. I wonder who bought it and for what purpose. If it's the same owner as the corner building, they could be putting together a future development property...
Five parcels between Venice and Pico along Flower (1505, 1411, 1367, and 1341 Flower, as well as the Honda building on Fig) are also currently on the market.
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I believe its an american developer. Could be wrong:
http://urbanize.la/post/66-story-tow...hotel-figueroa
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I made that and I’ve actually been working on an updated version. I’ll try to get some posted today.
Any chance we get to see that beauty today?! Or just, this week somehow...
No pressure dude, you just got me/us really exited about this I think!
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Here are some shots of near future Los Angeles including as many buildings as I could find information for. I divided buildings into four colors to show their progress in being built.

Yellow: Somewhat of a catch-all, this includes buildings that have been announced, but do not have any renders, are still going through the design process, haven't been discussed about for a considerable amount of time, or have a reasonable chance for not happening.

Red: Proposed/ going through approvals

Light Blue (which sadly is hard to see): Approved

White: Under Construction



















Some Bonus K-Town. I also am working on Hollywood now too, and I hope to get that done soon.



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Renderings revealed!



Downtown LA's Wells Fargo Center Getting $60 Million Makeover

http://brighamyen.com/2018/04/05/dtl...lion-makeover/
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Downtown LA's Wells Fargo Center Getting $60 Million Makeover

http://brighamyen.com/2018/04/05/dtl...lion-makeover/
Seems likes ages since I last posted. Moved out of Chicago and back in Riverside. So yay.

Anyway, this is the best news I've read in a minute. Wells Fargo Plaza (as well as Cal Plaza) are amongst my favorite buildings in DTLA and a plaza renovation is well overdue. Maybe Cal Plaza will do the same sometime soon.
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Welcome back man.. No more sub freezing temps 6 months out of the year for you
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Downtown LA has become quite the spot for plazas/public gathering places, between LA Live, Figat7th, the Bloc, and soon Oceanwide, Music Center, Wells Fargo, and the Grand.

Now we just need to see an overhaul of the Los Angeles "mall" next to the Federal Building and some movement on Pershing Square!
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Thanks for posting the mockup renders Doctor Boffin

WE NEED THEM ALL!!
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5.3 earthquake! Felt it my office in Encino pretty good.
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5.3 earthquake! Felt it my office in Encino pretty good.
I’m Downtown and maybe because I’m in a high rise, I didn’t feel anything.
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here are some shots of near future los angeles including as many buildings as i could find information for. I divided buildings into four colors to show their progress in being built. [/img]
sick!
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https://www.bisnow.com/los-angeles/n...los-angeles-re

"The 2M gross SF or 1.2M net SF mixed-use development will only have 465 parking spaces under the current proposal, Claridge Properties founder Ricardo Pagan said at Bisnow’s Neighborhood Series: Evolution of Downtown LA on Tuesday at Los Angeles-based RYDA’s The Pettebone Building."

Awesome.
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Welcome back man.. No more sub freezing temps 6 months out of the year for you
Absolutely not. Chicago took a toll on me. Mentally, physically, monetarily. Not a fan of being in a place where 32 degrees can be considered warm in most winters. SoCal is where I belong.
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Thats why we never leave! haha
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Chicago took a toll on me. Mentally, physically, monetarily.
when I'd see you post to an LA thread over the past few yrs....although I was never sure exactly how you reacted towards different places....I'd feel bad for you. I figured your being in the upper midwest was similar to a fish out of water. Although several yrs ago....& a place that's even farther east....I remember thinking NYC would be great town to move to & live. Today? No, not so much. Although it's more popular with new residents today than it was over 20 yrs ago.

Ppl's interests & tastes change as they grow older....although some of my impressions of LA today....esp dtla.....are better than they were yrs ago. One reason being that having fewer areas like this....gaps that were once way too common throughout much of dtla, right there in the shadow of city hall, & of LA in general.....didn't help my rating of the place....

You've returned at a good time.


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Years after fencing off a small parking lot across the street from Weller Court in Little Tokyo, developer ETCO Homes has broken ground on a mid-rise apartment complex.

The project, known as Lotus 77, is located at 118 Astronaut Ellison S Onizuka Street. Approved plans call for the construction of a nine-story, 120-foot-tall building that will feature 77 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments up to 1,249 square feet in size. Other components of the mixed-use development include approximately 2,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space, a rooftop pool and amenity deck, and three levels of basement parking.



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^ That's such a great project. It's pretty mediocre, architecturally speaking, but a model of what a lot of projects should be doing moving forward in and around downtown: mid-rise buildings from 8-12 stories that provide density and a good urban built environment, within a half mile of mass transit.
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^ That's such a great project. It's pretty mediocre, architecturally speaking, but a model of what a lot of projects should be doing moving forward in and around downtown: mid-rise buildings from 8-12 stories that provide density and a good urban built environment, within a half mile of mass transit.
Crucially, they're also designed more for the streetwall effect rather than the towers in a park(ing podium) effect.
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