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First Look at First Piece of South Park's Multi-Use Megaproject

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Here's our first look at the renderings for the new residential development that's set to go up on the parcel bordered by Hill Street, Pico Boulevard, and Olive Street in South Park as part of developer Mack Urban's massive, $750-million, millennial-friendly planned community. (Mack Urban is partnering with AECOM Capital on the development.) The site plan review, as seen in a Downtown LA Neighborhood Council presentation, shows that The Project at Pico, designed by AC Martin, will have 362 condos (including 23 townhouses) in two seven-story mixed-use buildings, plus 6,400 square feet of commercial space on the ground.

Don't worry, the megaproject won't be entirely stubby: as far as we know, there are still two towers—one residential and one hotel—headed to the part of the project at Grand, Olive, and Twelfth. Meanwhile, the new bike-friendly G12 complex and the Onyx from Jade Enterprises are also in the works in this very action-packed 'hood.


· 1211 S. Hill mixed-use project [DLANC]
· Ready-Made, Millennial-Friendly Village Slated For South Park [Curbed LA]