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Old Posted Oct 4, 2013, 7:47 AM
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Wink LOS ANGELES | Central City Project Rundown 5.0

Los Angeles Downtown Project Rundown 5.0

And so it has begun...

The old thread surpassed 10,000 posts.

Projects are listed in order of tallest to shortest (to the best of our knowledge), and grouped into the following categories: Under Construction, Approved, Proposed, On Hold, Cancelled, and Recently Completed. Heights are listed only where they have been confirmed.

For reference, here's a link to the old thread.



New Real Estate Development



Under Construction - new construction


Wilshire Grand Tower
73 stories - hotel, residential, and office


Photo credit: AC Martin[/URL]


Metropolis
Phase I
38 stories - residential
19 stories - hotel

Phase II
60 stories - residential
50 stories - residential
(?) stories - office


(Photo credit: Gensler)


888 Olive St
33 stories - residential


Photo credit: Omni Group


8th & Hope (iHope)
22 stories - 260 ft. - residential


(Photo credit: brighamyen.com


The Broad Rental Towers
Parcel M - 19 stories - residential
Parcel L - 6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: Wall Street Journal)


New Federal Courthouse
12 stories - government


(Photo credit: www.archdaily.com)


Lotus Garden
8 stories - residential


(Photo credit: Solar Enterprises Inc.)


Avant
Phase I - (x2) 7 stories - residential
Phase II - 7 stories - residential - Approved


(Photo credit: cypressequity.com)


New Genesis Apartments
7 stories - residential


(Photo credit: Killefer Flammang Architects)


8th & Grand
7 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: Carmel Partners)


Good Samaritan Hospital Expansion
7 stories - medical


(Photo credit: www.ladowntownnews.com)


Olympic & Hill
7 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: tcaarchitects.com)


Block 8: 2nd & San Pedro
7 stories - residential


(Photo credit: brighamyen.com)


Block 8: Ava Little Tokyo
Phase I - 6 stories - mixed-use
Phase II - 6 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: tcaarchitects.com


Blossom Plaza
6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: www.ladowntownnews.com)


Jia Apartments
6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.chinatownla.com)


Joe's Auto Parts Parking Structure
6 stories - parking, mixed-use


(Photo credit: leanarch.com)


The Lorenzo
6 stories - Residential

(Warning: Old render)

(Photo credit: http://www.ghpalmer.com/home.html)


One Santa Fe
6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://la.curbed.com/)


Da Vinci
6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.thedavinciapts.com//)


Megatoys Development
5 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: buildinglosangeles.blogspot.com)


The Broad
3 stories - art museum


(Photo credit: http://www.latimes.com)



Approved - new construction



Figueroa Central
44 stories - mixed-use
38 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: http://www.morleybuilders.com)


Residences at Bixel
17 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.angelenic.com/)


Olympic & Broadway
10 stories - residential
6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: ladowntownnews.com)


AMP Lofts
5 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://la.curbed.com/)


La Kretz Innovation Campus
1 story - Clean Tech


(Photo credit: archpaper.com)


Farmers Field
? stories - multi-purpose stadium


(Photo credit: la.curbed.com)



Proposed - new construction


820 Olive Street
50 stories - residential


(Photo credit: DLANC Planning and Land Use Committee)


Zen Tower
50 stories - residential


(Photo credit: unknown/Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)


Grand Avenue Project
Tower 1 - (?) stories - mixed-use
Tower 2 - (?) stories - residential, hotel


(Photo credit: http://www.archpaper.com/)



1200 S. Figueroa
36 stories - residential
36 stories - residential

(Warning: Old render)

(Photo credit: http://www.keatingkhang.com)


1212 Flower St.
40 stories - residential
31 stories - residential


(Photo credit: DLANC Planning and Land Use Committee)


Stationer's Building
40 stories - residential


(Photo credit: www.ladowntownnews.com)


City Market of Los Angeles
35 (?)stories
30 (?)stories


Photo Credit: Smart Archictecture


Broadway @ 4th
34 stories - residential, retail


(Photo credit: HansonLA - latimes.com)


Hilton Hotel
33 (?)stories - hotel


(Photo credit: brighamyen.com)


Park Tower
33 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.cimgroup.com)


Stock Exchange Towers
32 stories - residential
32 stories - residential


(Photo credit: unknown)


1133 Hope St.
28 stories - residential


(Photo credit: DLANC Planning and Land Use Committee)


801 Olive St
27 stories - residential


(Photo credit: DLANC Planning and Land Use Committee)


Hope Lofts
25 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.KFarchitects.com)


5-OH
24 stories - residential
7 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://buildinglosangeles.blogspot.com/)


Miracle on Hope Tower
24 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: http://www.vanosarchitects.com)


Renaissance Hotel
21 stories - hotel


(Photo credit: Williams/Dame and Associates)


FIDM Tower
19 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.rtkl.com/)


Trinity Tower
18 stories - residential (Warning: Old Rendering)


(Photo credit: www.gdsarchitects.com)


Medallion 2.0
(4x) 13 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit:Kevin Tsai Architecture)


601 W. Pico Blvd
13 stories? - hotel


(Photo credit: www.loopnet.com)


St. Vibiana Tower
8 stories - residential

(Warning: Old render)

(Photo credit: http://www.nadelarc.com)


1000 S. Grand
7 stories - hotel


(Photo credit: www.ladowntownnews.com)


1130 S. Hope St
7 stories - hotel


(Photo credit: latimes.com)


G12/12th & Grand
Phase I - 7 stories - residential
Phase II - (?) stories - residential


(Photo credit: Astani Enterprises)


Onyx
7 stories - mixed-use
7 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: buildinglosangeles.blogspot.com)


1249 S Grand Ave.
7 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: la.curbed.com)


Grand Metropolitan
7 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: buildinglosangeles.blogspot.com)


Olympic & Olive
7 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: DLANC Planning and Land Use Committee)


Topaz
7 stories - residential


(Photo credit: www.ladowntownnews.com)


1001 S Olive St.
6 stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: www.ladowntownnews.com)


15th and Broadway
6 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.veniceinvestments.com)


Budokan of Los Angeles
4 stories- multi-purpose recreation center


Photo credit: rafu.com


The Broadway Mall
3 stories - retail


(Photo credit: brighamyen.com)


LA Convention Center Expansion
? stories


(Photo credit: la.curbed.com)


Union Station Redevelopment
? stories


(Photo credit: www.archpaper.com)



On Hold - new construction


Herald-Examiner (Currently Approved)
37 stories - residential
24 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://hearst.com/)


Apex - Tower II
27 stories - 335 ft. - residential


(Photo credit: www.kitchenhip.com)


850 S. Hill
22 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.nadelarc.com)


Nikkei Center
? stories - mixed-use


(Photo credit: http://viewfromaloft.typepad.com/)



Cancelled - dead projects


Park 5th
76 stories - 820 ft. - residential
40 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.socketsite.com/)


Titan/Rodmark Towers (City House & Olympic)
60 stories - residential
60 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.robertsonpartners.net/)


Maguire Office Tower
50 stories - office


(Photo credit: http://www.keatingkhang.com)


1027 Wilshire
48 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.amidigroup.com)


1340 Figueroa (old proposal)
43 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.archtracker.com/)


8th & Figueroa
40 stories - hotel


(Photo credit: http://la.curbed.com/)


Jardin
32 stories - residential
24 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.exploresouthgroup.com)


Lucia Tower
31 stories - residential


(Photo credit: unknown)


The Kurtzman
30 stories - residential


(Photo credit: blog.naver.com)


Glass Tower
23 stories - 250 ft. - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.theglasstower.com/)


1099 Grand
21 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://la.curbed.com/)


Urban Village
7 stories - residential


(Photo credit: urbanvillage.com)



Recently Completed - new construction


Marriot Courtyard & Residence Inn Hotel
23 stories - hotel


(Photo credit: GBD Architects


1111 Wilshire
7 stories - residential


(Photo credit: http://www.davidgrayarchitects.com)


2700 South Figueroa
7 stories - residential


(Image source: CRA/LA)


YWCA GLA Job Corps Urban Campus Building
7 stories - educational


(Photo credit: http://california.construction.com/)


ICON Plaza
6 stories - residential


(Image Source: Curbed LA & Clark & Hedrick)[/QUOTE]


Star Apartments
6 stories - residential





3025 South Figueroa
3 Stories - residential (rendering shows 4)


(Image source: CRA/LA)


Figat7th
? stories - retail


(Photo credit: blogdowntown.com)




Adaptive Reuse/Renovation Development



Under Renovation - New Renovation


Hall of Justice


Photo Credit: Development Industries Inc.


819 Santee St
13 stories - residential


Photo Credit: Unknown - loopnet.com


Garment Capitol Building
12 stories - residential


Photo Credit: Jodi Summers, wikimedia


Empire Hotel/Trinity Auditorium
10 stories - hotel


Photo Credit: J. Mapes


Baltimore Hotel
6 stories - hotel


Photo Credit: you-are-here.com


Soho House/405 Mateo St.
5 stories


Photo Credit: lee-mktg.info


117 Winston St


Photo Credit: Colemonkee


Chester Williams Building


Photo credit: Colemonkee


Clifton's Cafeteria


(Photo credit: blogdowntown.com)


806 S. Broadway/Singer Sewing Machine Building


(Photo credit: www.you-are-here.com)


New Pershing Apartments/Pershing Hotel


Photo Credit: brighamyen.com


PacMutual Building


Photo Credit: www.cpexecutive.com


Clark Hotel


Photo Credit:You Are Here



Proposed - new construction


The Bloc/Macy's Plaza
24 stories - mixed-use


Photo credit: EPT Design


939 S. Broadway
12 stories


Photo Credit: you-are-here.com


Alameda Square Complex
7 stories - mixed-use
7 stories - mixed-use
7 stories - mixed-use
4 stories - mixed-use


Photo credit: Evoq Properties


Desmond's Building
6 stories - office


Photo Credit: CBRE


Title Insurance Building


Photo Credit: Gary Leonard


Alexandria Hotel


Photo Credit: Joel Stein


King Edward


Photo Credit: Unknown


Leland Hotel


Photo Credit: Madison Partners


Banco Popular Building


Photo Credit: Curbed LA


Commercial Exchange Building


Photo Credit: Johanna Siegmann


Sparkle Factory/908 S. Broadway


Photo Credit: Eric Richardson


Scully Building/725 E. Washington Blvd
4 stories - mixed-use


Photo Credit: Charles Freericks


916 Georgia St
3 stories - residential


Photo Credit: Google Maps


430 S. Broadway


Photo Credit: You-are-here


Corporation Building


Photo Credit: Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times


1315 Flower St


Photo Credit: The Primrose Group


Gerry Building


Photo Credit: Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times


Regent Theater


(Photo credit: la.curbed.com/)


Palace Theater


Photo credit: www.musictrekker.com


Los Angeles Theater


Photo credit: www.you-are-here.com


Tower Theater


Photo credit: Laurel Dailey


State Theater


Photo credit: army.arch, flickriver


Merced Theater


Photo credit: you-are-here.com


716 Spring St.
1 story - restaurant


Photo credit: Hunter Kerhart


The Walnut/1745 E. 7th St


(Photo credit: www.lee-mktg.info)



Recently Completed - new construction


Ace Hotel/United Artists Theatre
14 stories - hotel


Photo Credit: Spencer Lowell, wandermelon.com


Rialto Theatre


(Photo credit: brighamyen.com/)


1111 Sunset


Photo Credit: Linear City


845 Figueroa


Image Source: LA Downtown News & L&R Group


Chinatown Metro Apartments


(Photo credit: blogdowntown.com)


Kitchen Table


Photo Credit: Colemonkee




Parks/Streetscape Development



Under Construction - new construction

None.



Proposed - new construction


Los Angeles River Revitalization


(Photo credit:www.orscapes.com)


MyFig


(Photo credit:Curbed LA)


Piggyback Yards


(Photo credit:piggyback.org)


Park 101
? acres


Photo credit: Flickr, by Slices of Light


Civic Center Park
? acres


Photo credit: Gary Leonard


501 S. Hewitt St.
0.5 acres


Photo credit: Councilman Jose Huizar's Office



Recently Completed - new construction


Grand Park
12 acres


Photo credit: Flickr, by Slices of Light


Spring Street Park
0.7 acres


(Photo credit: www.blogdowntown.com)




Transportation Development



Approved - new construction


Broadway Streetcar


(Photo credit:Bringing Back Broadway)



Proposed - new construction


New Sixth Street Viaduct
0.6 mi (1.1 km)


(Photo credit:www.ladowntownnews.com)


Regional Connector
1.9 mi (3 km)
3 stations


(Photo credit:Curbed LA)


Division 13 Bus Maintenance Facility
? stories


(Photo credit:www.metro.net)


Recently Completed - new construction


Metro Expo Line Phase I
7.5 mi (12 km)
12 stations (10 new, 2 existing)


(Photo credit:laist.com)




DTLA Project Interactive Map



https://mapsengine.google.com/map/ed...I.kH-zzyoJaAeI

key:
red = u/c
green = proposed/approved
blue = recently completed

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A dawn to a new thread. Great I suggest changing the name to something more practical like City Center. Central City might confuse some people into thinking Century City

To all of those who will take part in this thread. I will do my best to give you all photo updates on the projects of the Downtown area. May we be a downtown to proud of!
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WELCOME TO A NEW ERA OF DTLA DEVELOPMENT!!

Good extensive job JDR, but Ive got a few critiques (do whatever you want though)

351 Bway should be added to Adapt Reuse,
Avant phase 2 will be 7 stories,
New Genesis has been Completed,
The old Lorenzo rendering should be removed (complete)
Federal Courthouse has broken ground,
Good Samaritan is also u/c
What about 1111 Wilshire Phase 2 the ground up bldg & Old Medical Bldg @ 6/ bixel(Adapt Reuse)
Wilshire Grand is just hotel/office no residential,
Are these proposals still serious or canceled??
Residences @ bixel
Maguire office tower
Zen
1233 Hope
Stock exchange towers
Lucia
Hope lofts
Trinity tower
1500 Figueroa???
No doubt Farmers field is dead,
Grand Central Market renovations,
Park Tower is 39 stories ft unknown,
1130 Hope is 10 stories/ 44 rooms,
Kitchen table came & went without a sound,
117 Winston is complete,
Barker Block should be added

Thanks! NOW LET'S GET THIS BALL ROLLIN' !!!

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Nothing like the sweet, sweet feeling of a brand new city compilation thread.
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I've got another one we can add under "proposed," in the Adaptive Re-use section

http://buildinglosangeles.blogspot.c...ll-become.html

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5 versions of DTLA p+c threads plus 2 versions of LA Metro p+c thread means we have 7 volumes of LA construction. LA has quite the presence here on SSP
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Nice job. I would suggest removing some of these proposals that haven't shown any signs of life for years and probably will never get built, like the Maguire office tower. Also, wasn't the Hilton hotel just a rumor?
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Thanks JDR...quite an impressive thread
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A dawn to a new thread. Great I suggest changing the name to something more practical like City Center. Central City might confuse some people into thinking Century City

To all of those who will take part in this thread. I will do my best to give you all photo updates on the projects of the Downtown area. May we be a downtown to proud of!
Thanks JDR!

I would prefer to stay with "Central City" or "Downtown". Those are the 2 more common names referenced for downtown LA. People in LA don't generally refer to downtown as "City Center".
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Thanks JDR!

I would prefer to stay with "Central City" or "Downtown". Those are the 2 more common names referenced for downtown LA. People in LA don't generally refer to downtown as "City Center".
Why did the name get changed? Downtown is definitely more appropriate.
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Thanks JDR!

I would prefer to stay with "Central City" or "Downtown". Those are the 2 more common names referenced for downtown LA. People in LA don't generally refer to downtown as "City Center".
I'd be fine with Downtown too. Some wanted to change the name for some reason
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"Downtown LA or DTLA" is a very specific term that has some generally agreed upon borders and the word is generally used by everyone in LA.

central city can get confused with 'central LA' which is more of a regional term that can include hollywood, ktown, westlake in addition to DTLA. There was a post in the closed thread suggesting we combine all those hoods into one thread but I disagree. The downtown construction thread already gets enough activity to warrant its own thread.
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I think "Central City" includes City West and other areas around Downtown, not just the area bounded by the freeways and river.
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Central City works because we talk about projects around USC, Chinatown, and City West, which aren't technically downtown.
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Nice compilation of projects, JDR.
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hi everybody i have been following the SSP for quite awhile and just got an account. im going to college next year and i am very interested in urban design/planning and im born and raised in Los Angeles and visit downtown frequently. im very excited to be contributing to this forum and can't wait to see downtown grow more and more over the years
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Or we can just go back to calling it DTLA with the understanding that people will put info dealing with City West and USC like we've always done. Had no idea this was such an issue with some people.
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You did an excellent job btw, JDR.
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Or we can just go back to calling it DTLA with the understanding that people will put info dealing with City West and USC like we've always done. Had no idea this was such an issue with some people.
I agree that it should be called DTLA like it's always been.
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I'm thrilled to see the CITY of Los Angeles booming, once again. That is one amazing compilation of projects. That viaduct is absolutely stunning.
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