Gilbert Lindsay Plaza links Staples Center to the Los Angeles Convention Center, but for many visitors to either, it might be seen as a bland concrete space. Now the city and its private collaborators are taking in community feedback for how best to turn that walkway into a green space for t…

Prolific Canadian developer the Onni Group is one step closer to breaking ground on its next high rise. Last week the Los Angeles City Council approved the company’s 60-story residential tower at the southeast corner of Olympic Boulevard and Hill Street. The project at 1000 S. Hill St. will …

New Look for Civic Center Tower: New designs have been revealed for Tribune Real Estate’s planned high-rise just south of Times Mirror Square. The initial plan called for a structure resembling stacked, offset boxes. Updated designs from architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz show the 37-s…

The Go for Broke National Education Center is a nonprofit that maintains the Go for Broke Monument in Little Tokyo, which honors Japanese-American World War II veterans. The GFBNEC is now also entering the development game, with plans for a major expansion. This week, the office of 14th Dist…

Work has begun for the CitizenM hotel in the Historic Core. The 11-story project, being co-developed by Amsterdam-based hospitality group CitizenM and Downtown’s BLVD Hospitality, broke ground on Friday, May 31; it will replace a parking lot on the northeast corner of Fourth and Spring streets.

A 63-stall parking lot along the Figueroa Corridor is being considered as a potential site for affordable housing for military veterans. Last week, County Supervisor Hilda Solis put forward a motion to examine using the lot next to the Bob Hope Patriotic Hall at Figueroa Street and Washingto…

More than two years after plans were first filed, there are new details on the proposed transformation of a 1.43-acre site in the Arts District. Documents filed with the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council’s Planning and Land Use committee offer fresh renderings and breakdowns for Dart…

In January, work stopped on the $1 billion Oceanwide Plaza project next to L.A. Live and the Los Angeles Convention Center. Developer Oceanwide Holdings announced in late January that it had put the project on hold while it restructured its capital, but pledged to resume construction by the …

A 45-story tower in the Financial District from Mitsui Fudosan America, the U.S. arm of the Japanese developer, has taken a step forward with the publication this month of the project’s initial environmental study. The documents show a significant redesign.

Pricing and floor plan information have been revealed for a pair of residential buildings opening near Pershing Square. This month, property manager Greystar released information for developer MacFarlane Partners’ 24-story Park Fifth (at 427 W. Fifth St.) and its adjacent sister project, the…

The Continental Building, one of Downtown Los Angeles’ first high-rise structures as well as the first old building to be turned into modern housing as part of the Downtown adaptive reuse craze, is getting ready for another change: It will become a hotel. Documents filed last week with the D…

A 24-story building could go up on Second Street just west of the 110 Freeway. This month, plans were submitted to the Department of City Planning for a high-rise at 1264 W. Second St.

The Arts District’s transformation into a creative office destination continues, and the luring of Warner Music Group and Spotify is prompting more developers to invest in the area. Developer Lowe this week said it plans to break ground on a previously announced nine-story building at 2130 E…

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