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Old Posted Jun 20, 2015, 9:12 PM
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LOS ANGELES | 633 S. Spring Street | 325 FEET | 28 FLOORS

Location: 633 South Spring Street
Height: 28 floors, 325 feet tall
Function: Hotel | 176 guest rooms | 1,570 square feet retail | Restaurants on Floors 2-4
Architect: Adam Sokol Architecture Practice
Timeline: Groundbreaking Q3 2016, Completion Q3 2018

http://urbanize.la/post/slender-hote...-historic-core

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http://urbanize.la/post/new-details-...g-street-hotel

The tower will be 325 feet tall; scheduled to break ground in Q3 2016 and finish in Q3 2018.

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That Mexican shack served me well when I had the munchies . Owell. Hopefully the design will be a interesting one especially for a slender tower which LA doesn't really have any of.
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First rendering of the proposed 28-story hotel tower at 633 Spring Street.

Design by Adam Sokol Architecture Practice. This is unlike anything that has ever been built in Los Angeles.

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I think that one looks even at nighttime ugly, happy it's just 325 feet tall. That building doesn't look modern, it's just out of place. It could have been worse, but I am not happy about that design. Let's hope it looks better once it is reality.
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It looks like a hotel the Flintstones would have stayed in.


http://urbanize.la/post/updated-rend...la-hotel-tower

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It's a very original design, with the scale and massing a good match for the neighborhood....imo
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^ Love that design.
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http://urbanize.la/post/proposed-spr...l-adds-parking

Do you think it's possible that the parking entrance will be located in the back alley? I would hate for the entrance to the hotel being a giant driveway given the narrow lot dimensions.

Also, great foresight cutting out pieces of the wall to preserve the murals that we thought would be completely covered. I was hoping they would do exactly that.
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Renders don't show any curb cuts on Spring, but they may not be updated.
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Renders don't show any curb cuts on Spring, but they may not be updated.
Which is exactly why I asked. I'm not sure of any recent projects that have utilized the alley for parking entrances except maybe City Century's 24 story in South Park.
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Garage entrance is in the alley.
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Garage entrance is in the alley.
Thank you for clarifying.
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Los Angeles Hotel Design Evokes California Geography
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A new 28-storey proposal for a hotel in Downtown Los Angeles is eyeing a 2017 construction start, with completion expected two years later. The jagged protrusion designed by Buffalo-based Adam Sokol Architecture Practice for developer Lizard Capital looks like something from the Flintstones; the rocky appearance of the building is meant to evoke the natural geography of California.
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What an awesome looking proposal.
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