Los Angeles Construction News
Updates on new buildings and infrastructure under construction in LA.
But the mayor has warned: "We will not be shy about shutting down construction sites."
The city is closing a stretch of Wilshire Boulevard and ramping up construction.
The $2.6 billion venue is on track to open this summer Inglewood.
The streaming giant is expected to move in early next year.
It’s slated to open next year.
Formerly called Martin Expo Town Center, the project at Expo and Bundy is set to be finished by 2023.
"The homelessness picture is people like my uncle, who just can’t afford somewhere to live," she says.
The builder says they’re cutting construction time in half.
Set to be complete by the end of the year, the bridge will connect people walking and biking between Atwater and the park.
It took 15 hours, 140 workers, and 1,348 trucks.
The boring machines will eventually move enough dirt to fill 150 Olympic-size swimming pools.
The bridge will link the LA River Bike and a 42-acre public park planned on the site of a former railroad yard.
But is it enough to address the city’s affordability crisis?
The $1 billion megaproject was stalled for two months.
It’s the latest sign that the $1 billion project near the Staples Center has hit financial snags.
Set to be complete in 2021, the high-rise will hold more than 600 apartments.
Most of the apartments damaged and destroyed in the Northridge quake were in these dingbat-style buildings.
Newsom wants to strip transportation funding from cities that fail to meet housing production goals.
Preservations fought its destruction, but the former LAPD headquarters won’t stand much longer.
Across from the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
It put a hold on a demolition permit for a landmarked bank building.
Getting ready for the airport’s new shuttle system.
Tunnel boring machines are chewing up earth below the Miracle Mile.
Set to open in early 2020.
Construction crews working on Metro’s Regional Connector dug up the fossil.
Will the train’s fall 2019 opening be delayed?
There’s movement on this lot just west of the Hollywood and Western subway stop.
Developers and builders will have to reassess the safety of "tall buildings," the study’s authors say.
The future home of the Chargers and Rams is the largest and most expensive football stadium to date.