For most of this decade, the Arts District—a once grungy neighborhood where artists could rent ramshackle studios for as little as $150—has been an irresistible magnet for builders.
With some of the biggest projects already complete, the pace of construction has lulled over the past few months. Row DTLA is welcoming shoppers, Warner Music Group has moved into the old Ford Factory, and the old Coca Cola building has been converted into creative offices.
But the development pipeline is still full. There are nearly two dozen projects planned for the area. If ultimately built, they’d bring more than 5,000 new apartments and condos, along with hundreds of hotel rooms and more offices and shops.
This map tracks most of the major projects in the works for the area right now.
Interested in monitoring the changing landscapes of other Los Angeles neighborhoods? Here are some other development maps:
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- Development in the Valley: 12 big projects poised to alter the region
- 52 new projects reshaping Koreatown