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More details on Historic Filipinotown’s Pinnacle 360

The project would replace the shuttered Temple Community Hospital

Looking toward the entrance from Council Street.
Courtesy of LaTerra Development

The planned redevelopment of the Temple Community Hospital site would bring a four-story complex with 221 apartments to a hillside just above Temple Street and Silver Lake Boulevard, where Historic Filipinotown and Rampart Village overlap.

Carrier Johnson + Culture provided Curbed LA with renderings that show the complex will be made up of two L-shaped buildings, which will be connected by a bridge-like section that connects the two.

Called Pinnacle 360, the project by LaTerra Development will hold 20 studio apartments, 94 one-bedrooms, 95 two-bedrooms, and 11 three-bedroom units. Eighteen of the apartments will be for very low-income renters.

Pinnacle will hold 377 car parking spots and 294 bicycle parking spots for residents.

The northern elevation.
The residents’ courtyard along Council Street.

Wood and aluminum panels will be incorporated in the building exterior, as well as large, “storefront”-style windows that will run along the lower level of the structure where apartments’ patios will be.

Along the Council Street side, plans call for a resident courtyard as well as a public plaza—a landscaped outdoor area with built-in seating and landscaping, meant for the public.

The public forecourt (Forecourt Plaza) along Council Street.
Looking north along Hoover from the Council Street intersection.

Residents will also have access to Pinnacle’s gym, dog park, and two swimming pools.

City records show that developers have applied for permits to demolish the old hospital building, which was once estimated to require $50 million worth of earthquake retrofits to bring it up to code, but those permits have not yet been approved.

Reps for LaTerra told Curbed last month that they expect the project’s environmental review to be ready by December.