The eight-story project would spare the landmarked Irish bar—but raze rent-controlled apartments.
The redevelopment would bring a 15-story tower with 323 residential units, most of them market-rate. "If we do not adapt soon, our market’s demise is around the corner," one of the owners said.
1,400 apartments and a 7,500-seat entertainment venue.
The national spotlight is on the river, and developers are paying attention. Plans include glitzy projects by big-name architects.
The $1 billion megaproject was stalled for two months.
One big parking podium is headed for Sunset Boulevard.
Developer Jamison Services is planning 641 apartments—and parking for 1,922 cars—at Mariposa and Wilshire.
A Trader Joe’s is set to open in the development.
Just around the corner, developers want to convert a theater into a music and event venue.
The shopping center and housing complex is expected to be complete later this year.
Apartments and a grocery store are planned at Santa Monica and Barrington.
The sleek and eye-catching building would located down the street from the historic Lincoln Heights Jail.
228 units about three blocks from the Wilshire/Vermont subway station.
It will replace a strip mall that houses an Out of the Closet thrift store.
Construction starts on Santa Monica Sears’ transformation into ‘vibrant’ retail, office, food complex
Work is expected to wrap up in fall 2019
One of many projects in the works for the neighborhood, it could begin work next year.
The futuristic project would include the legendary Beanery, and add hotel rooms, apartments, and retail.
That’s much taller than originally proposed.
A building that housed an historic gay nightclub will be incorporated into the complex, which is slated to begin construction within a year.
It’s expected to be complete by late 2019.
The owners of the shopping center—located across the street from The Grove—want 381 housing units and new retail.
Just west of Highland, on the border of West Hollywood.
Two buildings would replace warehouses on the site at Figueroa and Avenue 61.
The project would bring 475 units to the booming neighborhood.
520 Mateo would put a 13-story tower alongside the Fourth Street Bridge.
Plus 206 apartments.
Proposed for Lincoln Boulevard, the mixed-user was criticized by planning commissioners.
The Warner Center project would turn an office park into a major mixed-use complex with a 24-story hotel and new office towers.
This is the best look we’ve had in three years of what’s in store for the 11-acre property.
The project would bring 80 new guest rooms to the neighborhood.
It’s been in the works for years now.
It’s part of a trio of buildings planned for Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake.
Due for completion in early 2019, the high-rise will bring more shops, restaurants, and 350 apartments to DTLA.
The new hotspot will feature space for roller derby matches and conferences, plus restaurants and a brewpub.
While the incomplete Target languishes nearby, plans are moving right along for an apartment complex with street-level retail.
Plans for a mixed-user in West Hollywood incorporating a legendary gay nightclub are approved on a 4-3 vote.