1600 S. Figueroa St.

1600 S. Figueroa St.

DTLA - Maybe it’s the turbo-charged national economy. Maybe it’s the Los Angeles housing shortage that has caused both rents and home sale prices to spike. Maybe it’s the pressure developers face of trying to launch a project before voters cast ballots on Measure S in March. Maybe it’s all of the above.

Whatever the case, the Downtown Los Angeles development scene is busier than ever, and has surpassed pre-recession peaks. Everywhere you look in the Central City, there are cranes and construction workers (not to mention closed streets and sidewalks) building new high-rises and landmarks.

In the last five months, developers have announced more than a dozen projects, from a reimagining of the Southern California Flower Market, complete with a residential tower, to the Olympia, a three-pronged South Park high-rise that would create more than 1,300 apartments. These occur as other long-awaited developments near the finish line: In the coming months, projects including the Wilshire Grand replacement and Los Angeles State Historic Park are scheduled to open.

In the following pages, Los Angeles Downtown News provides the latest information on 106 projects. From Chinatown to South Park, from City West to the Arts District, housing, retail and office efforts are underway.

We have altered our Development format in the effort to make it easier to track individual projects. We think it’s a better look. We hope you agree.

NEW PROJECTS

These projects were either publicly announced, were revived or gained prominence in the past five months.

7TH AND MAPLE

Developer: Realm Group and Urban Offerings

Budget: N/A

Height: 33 stories

Residences: 454 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: urban-offerings.com/projects/maple.html

The Latest: The Fashion District project announced in October would replace a parking lot with a steel and glass tower designed by Humphreys & Partners Architects. It would include 13,000 square feet of commercial space and 561 parking stalls. The developer is seeking entitlements.

211 W. ALPINE ST. 

Developer: Izek Shomof

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Size: 220 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: In September, Shomof revealed plans for a residential building about a block south of the Chinatown Gold Line Metro station. The project would set aside six apartments for very-low-income residents. Plans include 120 subterranean parking spaces and 124 bike spaces.  

1000 S. HILL St.

Developer: Onni Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 48 Stories

Residences: 498 units

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: The Vancouver-based developer in January announced that it intends to build a high-rise on a current parking lot. Chris Dikeakos Architects will handle designs on the South Park project that will have 711 parking spaces.

1600 S. FIGUEROA ST.

Developer: L&R Group of Companies

Budget: N/A

Height: 52 stories

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: On Feb. 1, L&R filed plans with the city for a high-rise that would be defined by a large chasm in the middle of the structure. The South Park project would hold 202 condominiums and 134 apartments (with 23 condos and nine apartments set aside for affordable housing), a 250-room hotel with a 3,000-square-foot restaurant, 6,500 square feet of office space and 9,000 square feet of retail.

CAMBRIA HOTEL

926 James M. Wood Blvd.

Developer: Sun Holdings DTLA, Barry Beitler, Pacific Property Partners, Choice Hotels

Budget: N/A

Height: 18 stories

Rooms: 247

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: Summer/2019

Key Details: The developers in December announced plans for the hotel aimed at business travelers. They are seeking entitlements for the project that would have a white facade and a partially slanted roof.

EIGHTH AND HOPE TOWER

754 S. Hope St.

Developer: Mitsui Fudosan America, a subsidiary of the Japanese firm Mitsui Fudosan

Budget: N/A

Height: 40 stories

Residences: 409 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: mfamerica.com/portfolio

The Latest: The developer this month filed plans with the city for the high-rise that would replace a parking structure. 

FOREMAN AND CLARK BUILDING

701 S. Hill St.

Developer: Bonnis Properties

Budget: N/A

Height: 13 stories

Residences: 124 one- and two-bedroom apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: A transformation of the 1928 Art Deco edifice has been announced several times in the past, but all efforts faltered. In November, Bonnis revealed its plans to turn the vacant Financial District structure into housing. Designs from OKB Architecture include a gym, media room and other amenities. The original lobby would be preserved. 

JMF TOWER

333 W. Fifth St. 

Developer: JMF Development 

Budget: N/A 

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: In October, developer Jeffrey Fish revealed plans for a tower that would rise on an L-shaped lot that wraps around Fish’s Pershing Square Building. Fish is trying to secure entitlement for the project that would either be 55 stories, with 100 condos, 200 hotel rooms and 27,500 square feet of retail; or 57 stories, with 142 condominiums and 25,000 square feet of retail. 

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

Lucas Museum of Narrative Art

LUCAS MUSEUM OF NARRATIVE ART

3800 S. Vermont Ave.

Developer: George Lucas

Budget: $1 billion

Size: 312,000 square feet

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: 2017/2021

The Latest: On Jan. 10, the Lucas Museum’s board of directors announced that the complex would be built in Exposition Park; Los Angeles was chosen over a site on San Francisco’s Treasure Island. The museum being designed by Ma Yansong will display Lucas’ collection of film artifacts, animation and art. It will include a theater hosting daily screenings, lecture halls and a library.

MAIN STREET PARK

1100 S. Main St. 

Developer: Jade Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 8 stories

Residences: 379 units, including 40 low-income apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: The project announced in October is being designed by architecture firm MVE+Partners, and would have a glass exterior and four levels of parking (three underground). The building would also hold roughly 26,000 square feet of office and retail space. Jade is currently preparing for the environmental study.

MORRISON HOTEL

1246 S. Hope St.

Developer: Hollywood International Regional Center

Budget: N/A

Height: 4 stories 

Size: 80 rooms

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A 

The Latest: In November, plans were announced to redevelop the 102-year old Morrison Hotel building. The property, made famous on the cover of The Doors’ 1970 album of the same name, was last used as low-income housing, but has been vacant since 2008. If approvals are secured, HIRC would also work with Skid Row Housing Trust to build a five-story, 111-unit project at 401 E. Seventh St.

NORTON BUILDING

755 S. Los Angeles St.

Developer: Urban Offerings and ESI Ventures

Budget: N/A

Height: 5 stories

Size: 100,000 square feet

Anticipated Groundbreaking: Late 2017

Website: urban-offerings.com/projects/755-la

The Latest: A transformation of the 1914 Fashion District building into creative office space was announced in December. Lynch Eisenger Design and Omgivning are handling designs for a project that would have 64,000 square feet of office space and ground-floor retail. Entitlements are being sought.

Olympia

Olympia

OLYMPIA

1001 W. Olympic Blvd.

Developer: City Century, a subsidiary of Shanghai-based Shenglong Group

Budget: N/A

Residences: 1,367 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: city-century.com/our-communities/olympia

The Latest: In December, City Century announced plans for a three-tower residential complex north of the L.A. Live movie theaters. It would include a podium connecting the towers and 40,000 square feet of commercial space. The design from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill includes more than 115,000 square feet of open space.

PALMETTO COLYTON

527 Colyton St.

Developer: Bolour Associates

Budget: N/A

Height: 12 stories

Residences: 310 condominiums

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: bolourassociates.com

The Latest: In September, Bolour filed plans with the city for the Arts District project. Entitlements are being sought for the development that would include 394 parking spaces.

Southern California Flower Market

Southern California Flower Market

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FLOWER MARKET

755 Wall St.

Developer: Southern California Flower Market

Budget: N/A

Height: 14 stories

Residences: 290 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: In October, representatives of the Southern California Flower Market announced plans to renovate and modernize one of two old buildings on site, and to raze the other one and replace it with a residential tower. Brooks + Scarpa is designing the project that would have vendor and office space in the low-rise structure.

TIMES MIRROR SQUARE TRANSFORMATION

100 S. Broadway

Developer: Onni Group

Budget: N/A

Residences: 1,127 units

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: Onni Group acquired Times Mirror Square in the fall and then announced plans to replace two of the complex’s five buildings with a pair of high-rise towers. Along with the residences, the towers would hold 34,572 square feet of commercial space. Onni is currently working on designs and preparing the environmental impact report for the Civic Center project.

RESIDENTIAL-UNDER CONSTRUCTION

255 GRAND RENOVATION

255 S. Grand Ave.

Owner: Goldrich and Kest Industries and Shapell Properties

Budget: $34 million

Height: 27 stories

Residences: 391

Anticipated Completion: October

Website: 255grand.com

The Latest: The project is 80% complete, with upgrades wrapping on the second of three phases of construction. The final phase of work on the 1989 Bunker Hill complex will focus on units on floors 8-14. Improvements also include a 2,400-square-foot fitness center, four barbeque pits and meeting rooms.

825 S. HILL ST.

Developer: Onni Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 49 stories

Residences: 490 apartments

Anticipated Opening: N/A

The Latest: Construction crews have finished the base of the tower and have surpassed the fifth level, according to Onni Development Manager Mark Spector. The building designed by Chris Dikeakos Architects will include a roof deck and other amenities. No opening date has been revealed. 

888 S. HOPE ST.

Developer: CIM Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 34 stories

Residences: 525 apartments

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2018

Website: cimgroup.com/investments/888-s-hope

The Latest: Construction continues on the Financial District high-rise, with crews starting to install glass. The project will include a public park, an outdoor pool, and a recreation and garden area on top of an adjacent parking structure. 

950 E. Third St.

950 E. Third St.

950 E. THIRD ST.

Developer: Legendary Development and Fairfield Residential

Budget: N/A

Height: 6 stories

Residences: 472 apartments

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

The Latest: Construction continues on the five Arts District buildings designed by Kava Massih Architects. Work on some buildings has reached the third floor. The project will include rooftop decks, 22,000 square feet of retail and a courtyard.

950 S. BROADWAY

Developer: G.H. Palmer Associates

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories 

Residences: 30 apartments

Anticipated Opening: Spring

The Latest: Some delays have pushed the opening of Geoff Palmer’s renovation of a small 1913 building from late last year to the spring. The project will include a rooftop deck and approximately 7,500 square feet of retail space. Designs from Killefer Flammang Architects include a decorative cornice along the roofline and balconies that reflect the original design.

1212 S. FLOWER ST.

Developer: Onni Group

Budget: N/A

Height: a 40-story tower and a 31-story tower

Residences: 730 units

Anticipated Opening: 2019

The Latest: Excavation of the subterranean parking complex is underway, according to Onni Development Manager Mark Spector. There will be 842 parking stalls and a podium will connect the two towers. Chris Dikeakos Architects is handling designs.

1400 S. FIGUEROA ST.

Developer: DHG Family Trust

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Anticipated Opening: Late 2017

Residences: 106 apartments 

The Latest: Framing and construction continues on the South Park project being designed by GMP Architects. It will include 4,700 square feet of ground-floor-retail

Atelier

Atelier

ATELIER

801 S. Olive St. 

Developer: Carmel Partners

Budget: N/A

Height: 33 stories

Residences: 363 apartments

Anticipated Opening: March 

Website: atelierdtla.com

The Latest: The final touches, including interior detailing and a metallic facade on the parking podium, are being completed on the Financial District high-rise. It includes a five-story parking facility.

BROADWAY PALACE

938-1026 S. Broadway

Developer: G.H. Palmer Associates

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories 

Residences: 686 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: This month

Website: broadwaypalaceapartments.com

The Latest: Move-ins start this month on the first phase of Geoff Palmer’s complex. The six-story building at Broadway and Olympic Boulevard has 247 apartments. Meanwhile, work continues on a 10-story building at 938 S. Broadway that will have 439 rental units. That second phase is slated to debut later this year. Both buildings combined have about 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. 

E ON GRAND

1249 S. Grand Ave.

Developer: 4D Development 

Budget: $30 million

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 115 apartments

Anticipated Opening: April 

Website: 4ddevelopment.us

The Latest: Work is nearly complete and finishes are being applied on the South Park project designed by AFCO Design. There are two levels of underground parking. Starbucks has signed a 10-year lease for 2,100 square feet of retail space.

Forest City/South Park

Forest City/South Park

FOREST CITY/SOUTH PARK

1100 S. Hill St. and 1200 S. Broadway

Developer: Forest City

Budget: $135 million

Size: 391 apartments

Anticipated Opening: Summer 

Key Details: Seven-story buildings on Hill and Broadway will each have 7,500 square feet of ground-floor retail. The Hill edifice will have 177 apartments, while the Broadway building will have 214 units. Amenities include a pool, spa, outdoor deck, fitness center, pet spas and a film room.

The Latest: Work continues on the project with designs by Harley Ellis Devereaux and Togawa Smith Martin.

G12

1200 S. Grand Ave.

Developer: Astani Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 347 apartments

Anticipated Opening: March

Website: astanienterprises.com

The Latest: Work is nearly complete and pre-leasing began in January for the South Park project. It is the second phase of Astani Enterprises’ development that includes the Olive DTLA building. 

HOLLAND PARTNER GROUP/732 S. SPRING

Developer: Holland Partner Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 24 stories

Residences: 303 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

The Latest: Construction on the lower levels of the tower has begun. The project will have a pool and outdoor terrace, with 7,200 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The design from MVE+Partners features a line of balconies and a wavy main facade. 

HOLLAND PARTNER GROUP/EIGHTH AND SPRING

Developer: Holland Partner Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 24 stories

Residences: 275 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

The Latest: Like its sister project across the street, construction of the lower floors of the tower is underway. The project will have a pool and rooftop deck, 8,900 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and is designed by MVE+Partners.  

Holland Partner Group/Sixth and Bixel

Holland Partner Group/Sixth and Bixel

HOLLAND PARTNER GROUP/SIXTH AND BIXEL

1065 W. Sixth St. 

Developer: Holland Partner Group

Budget: $200 million

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 606 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: Summer

The Latest: Interior construction continues on the two buildings that compose Sixth & Bixel. They share a parking garage and also feature about 25,000 square feet of combined retail space. It is designed by Togawa Smith Martin. 

HOLLAND PARTNER GROUP/SOUTH PARK

712 W. Ninth St. 

Developer: Holland Partner Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 28 stories

Residences: 341 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

The Latest: The foundation is being prepared at Ninth and Figueroa streets. Designs by Preston Partnership show a glass tower with box-shaped clusters of balconies. Nearly 11,700 square feet of retail space would front the sidewalk, primarily along Ninth Street. 

HOLLAND PARTNER GROUP/VIBIANA LOFTS

226 S. Main St. 

Developer: Holland Partner Group

Budget: $90 million

Height: 7-8 stories

Residences: 237 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: May 

The Latest: Workers are building out the interior of the project that appears to be seven stories when viewed on Main Street, but eight from Los Angeles Street. It has 247 parking stalls and about 4,000 square feet of retail on the ground floor. 

MACK URBAN/SOUTH PARK 

1120 S. Grand Ave.

Developer: Mack Urban

Height: 38 stories

Residences: 536 apartments

Anticipated Opening: 2019

Website: mackurban.com

The Latest: The high-rise broke ground last July and work crews have begun vertical construction. The project will include 13,000 square feet of retail and a 9,000-square-foot park. The first phase in Mack Urban’s overall $1 billion South Park development, the Wren apartments, will open shortly. Details of a third phase have not been revealed.  

OLYMPIC AND OLIVE

1001 S. Olive St.

Developer: Lennar Multifamily

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 201 apartments, including 12 two-story townhomes

Anticipated Opening: N/A

Website: livelmc.com

Key Details: The South Park project designed by KTGY Architects will have a pool deck, roof deck, dog run and fitness center.

The Latest: Oakwood Worldwide has confirmed that they will provide some furnished apartments for corporate housing, but the number of residences has not been disclosed.  

Onyx

Onyx

ONYX

500 W. Pico Blvd.

Developer: Jade Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 410 apartments

Anticipated Opening: Second quarter of 2017

The Latest: The project that includes 462 parking spaces and 30,000 square feet of commercial space is in the late stages of construction. The architect is TCA.

PARK FIFTH

Fifth Street between Olive and Hill

Developer: Macfarlane Partners 

Budget: N/A

Size: a 7-story and a 24-story building

Residences: 660 apartments

Anticipated Opening: 2019

Website: macfarlanepartners.com

The Latest: Excavation is complete on the first part of the project north of Pershing Square. A groundbreaking for the second phase of Park Fifth, the 24-story tower, is scheduled for early this year. Architecture firm Ankrom Moisan is handling designs. 

TEN50

1050 S. Grand Ave

Developer: Trumark Urban 

Budget: $125 million

Height: 25 stories

Residences: 151 one- and two-bedroom condos and six one- and two-story penthouses

Anticipated Opening: This month

Website: ten50.la

The Latest: The South Park condominium complex, designed by Hanson-L.A., is ready for move-ins. The project is more than 60% sold, with residences starting in the $600,000s.

TOPAZ

550 S. Main St.

Developer: Jade Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 159 apartments

Anticipated Opening: Second quarter of 2017

The Latest: The project that broke ground in 2014 is in the final stage of construction. It will include a swimming pool, a fitness center and 23,000 square feet of commercial space

Wren

Wren

WREN

Pico Boulevard and Hill Street

Developer: Mack Urban

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 362

Anticipated Opening: First quarter 2017

Website: livewren.com

The Latest: Finishes are being applied and pre-leasing is underway at the apartment complex that is the first phase of Mack Urban’s South Park development. The project designed by Togawa Smith Martin includes an outdoor pool and spa and two rooftop decks.

RESIDENTIAL-IN PLANNING

520 MATEO ST. 

Developer: Carmel Partners

Budget: N/A

Height: N/A

Residences: 600 condominiums

Anticipated Groundbreaking: Late 2017

The Latest: Carmel Partners is seeking entitlements for a project that would rise on a two-acre plot along Santa Fe Avenue and Fourth Place in the Arts District. It would include 60,000 square feet of retail space. A 1988 industrial building on the site would be demolished. 

601 SOUTH MAIN

601 S. Main St.

Developer: Barry Shy

Budget: N/A

Height: 38 stories

Residences: 452 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: Entitlements are being sought for the Historic Core project formerly known as SB Omega. Plans filed with the city call for seven levels of parking. Once construction begins, the developer estimates it will take 18 months to build.

920 S. HILL ST.

Developer: Barry Shy

Budget: N/A

Height: 32 stories

Residences: 239 condominiums

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: N/A

Key Details: The tower designed by David Takacs Architects would rise behind the Ace Hotel. There would be five commercial spaces on the ground floor.

ALEXAN

850 S. Hill St.

Developer: Trammell Crow Residential

Budget: N/A

Height: 27 Stories

Residences: 305 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: alexandtla.com

The Latest: Although city officials approved the project, an appeal filed by residents in the neighboring Eastern Columbia Building and other Downtown inhabitants continues to delay construction. The CallisonRTKL-designed tower would rise on a current parking lot and contain a podium with 336 parking spaces.

BEACON TOWER

343 S. Hill St.

Developer: Equity Residential

Budget: N/A

Height: 33 stories

Residences: 428 apartments 

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: Equity continues to seek permits for the high-rise, which has drawn opposition from area stakeholders who contend it is too tall and does not fit the look of the community.

BROADWAY AND OLYMPIC CONDOS

995 S. Broadway

Developer: Barry Shy and Joe Bednar

Budget: N/A

Height: 15 stories

Residences: 163 condominiums

Anticipated Groundbreaking: Late 2017

The Latest: The City Planning Commission in January approved the project that would include a rooftop pool and eight commercial spaces at street level. Construction would take 18 months.

BROOKS BUILDING

646 S. Broadway

Developer: 640 S. Broadway

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 30 apartments 

Anticipated Opening: N/A

The Latest: Plans are being finalized for the project that would turn the mostly empty J.E. Carr building into a modern residential structure. It would include an automated parking system and a 2,500-square-foot bar.

CAREER LOFTS

675 S. Bixel St. and 1111 W. Seventh St.

Developer: United American Properties

Budget: N/A

Height: a 36-story tower and a 7-story hotel

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: Career Lofts would include a residential tower with 422 apartments, plus a low-rise hotel with 126 rooms, along with a total of 596 parking stalls.

The Latest: UAP is seeking entitlements for the City West project. 

Catalina Building

Catalina Building

CATALINA BUILDING

443 S. San Pedro St.

Developer: Statewide Acquisition Corp.

Budget: $20.5 million purchase price; no construction budget announced

Size: 6 stories

Residences: 78 live/work lofts

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

The Latest: Statewide Acquisition is seeking historical landmark status for the 1923 Catalina Building. The developer is also working through the building permit process. Architecture firm Omgivning is handling designs.

EIGHTH AND FIGUEROA TOWER

744 S. Figueroa St.

Developer: Mitsui Fudosan America, a subsidiary of the Japanese firm Mitsui Fudosan

Budget: N/A

Height: 43 stories

Residences: 436 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: mfamerica.com/portfolio

The Latest: The developer is seeking entitlements for the Financial District tower that would rise on a current parking lot next to the FIGat7th complex. 

EMERALD

1340 S. Olive St.

Developer: Jade Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories 

Residences: 154 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: The Department of City Planning has approved the Emerald’s entitlements. MVE+Partners is handling the designs. 

ETCO HOMES LITTLE TOKYO

118 Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka St.

Developer: Etco Homes

Budget: N/A

Height: 9 stories 

Residences: 77 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: First quarter 2017/2018

The Latest: The developer is securing the permits needed to begin construction. Demolition began in late January. Construction is expected to take 18 months on the Little Tokyo project designed by Greg Bucella of BGA Inc.

FERRANTE

1000 W. Temple St.

Developer: G.H. Palmer Associates

Budget: N/A

Height: N/A

Residences: 1,437 apartments

Anticipated Opening: N/A

Website: ghpalmer.com

The Latest: Developer Geoff Palmer has filed plans with the city for a massive project on the western edge of the 110 Freeway. The 9.6-acre plot has a four-story parking garage and 10-story office building that would need to be demolished. Ferrante would include parking for about 2,600 vehicles and 1,680 bicycles.

FOURTH AND BROADWAY TOWER

Southeast corner of Fourth Street and Broadway

Developer: SCG America, a subsidiary of Shanghai Construction Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 34 floors

Residences: 450 condominiums

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: Summer/2020

The Latest: A one-story building with some stores has been demolished in advance of construction. Architect CallisonRTKL is refining designs for the tower. The land was purchased for $32 million.

Garland Building

Garland Building

GARLAND BUILDING

740 S. Broadway

Developer: 740 S. Broadway

Budget: N/A

Height: 11 stories

Residences: 47 apartments 

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: The developer is finalizing plans for a refurbishment of the 1913 building that houses the Globe Theatre. HLW Architects is handling designs on the project that includes a pair of bars on the ground floor. The theater would remain open during construction.

SAPPHIRE

1111 W. Seventh St.

Developer: Jade Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 369 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: Jade is preparing the environmental study for the project that would demolish an existing office building and create two structures connected by an above-grade bridge. 

THE HILL

940 Hill St.

Developer: 940 Hill LLC

Budget: $130 million

Height: 20 stories

Residences: 234 apartments

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

The Latest: Entitlements were secured last June, but work has yet to begin.

VARA

1233 S. Grand Ave.

Developer: City Century, a subsidiary of the Shenglong Group

Budget: N/A

Height: 24 stories

Residences: 165 units

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: city-century.com

The Latest: The South Park project has had a name change, to Vara from Grand Residences. Steinberg Architects is working on designs for a slightly hexagonal building that would have studios to three-bedroom residences and 215 parking spaces. Construction is expected to last two years.

MIXED USE

6AM

Sixth and Alameda streets or 1211 Wholesale St. 

Developer: SunCal 

Budget: $2 billion

Opening: N/A

Website: suncal.com/our-communities/6th-alameda

Key Details: The project would have 1.4 million square feet of apartments and 674,000 square feet of condominiums (comprising 1,305 apartments and 431 condos), located in seven-story structures and two 58-story towers. There would also be 265,000 square feet each for a hotel and offices, 64,000 square feet of retail, 18,000 square feet for a school, and another 18,000 square feet for “cultural” uses.

The Latest: Irvine-based SunCal submitted plans for 6AM to the city in late September. Entitlements are expected to take two years. The futuristic, concrete-and-steel design comes from architecture firm Herzog + de Meuron. 

BROADWAY TRADE CENTER

Address: Eighth Street between Hill and Broadway

Developer: Waterbridge Capital

Budget: $130 million purchase price; construction budget not disclosed

Size: 1.1 million square feet

Anticipated Opening: 2018

Key Details: The 1908 Beaux Arts complex will have a two-floor food hall. The Historic Core complex, being redesigned by Omgivning, would also have creative office space, a private club, a 10th floor public roof deck with a pool, and a 150-room hotel.

The Latest: Waterbridge representatives would not provide details on the progress of the project.

Circa

Circa

CIRCA

1200 S. Figueroa St. 

Developer: Partnership led by Jamison Services and Hankey Investments

Budget: $500 million

Height: Two 36-story towers

Residences: 648 condominiums

Anticipated Opening: Early 2018

Key Details: The complex will have 770 parking spaces and a seven-story podium with 48,000 square feet of retail space. There will also be a two-acre amenity deck and a 15,000-square-foot ribbon of signage along Figueroa Street.

The Latest: Construction of the podium is complete and the skeletons of the two towers are about half-built. Windows have been installed on lower levels. 

COLLEGE STATION

Northeast corner of North Spring and College streets

Developer: Atlas Capital

Budget: N/A

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: Spring/2019 

Key Details: College Station would have six low-rise buildings with retail on the ground floor and plazas between the structures. Sited on 5.7 acres across from Los Angeles State Historic Park, it would create a total of 770 apartments and 51,000 square feet of retail, including a roughly 37,000-square-foot market.

The Latest: Securing final entitlements pushed Atlas Capital’s plan for a groundbreaking into this year. 

HERALD EXAMINER RENOVATION 

1111 S. Broadway 

Developer: Hearst Corporation and Georgetown Co.

Budget: N/A

Anticipated Opening: Early 2018

Key Details: The renovation of the 103-year-old landmark will restore Julia Morgan’s design while converting the interior into about 80,000 square feet of creative office space. There would also be ground-floor retail. 

The Latest: Crews began physical work on the building in late December, and are now commencing the interior demolition.

LA PLAZA CULTURA VILLAGE

Developer: County of Los Angeles and Trammell Crow

Budget: $140 million

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

Key Details: The residential, retail and arts complex rising on two county-owned parking lots will have buildings rising four, five and eight stories. Architecture firm Johnson Fain is designing the project that will have 355 apartments; 20% will be set aside for low-income residents. The project will hold more than 43,000 square feet of commercial space.

The Latest: Construction crews are nearly finished excavating the two sites. Work on the foundation will continue into spring. 

LUXE HOTEL REPLACEMENT

1020 S. Figueroa St. 

Developer: Shenzhen Hazens

Budget: $700 million

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A 

Key Details: Phase one would include a 32-story, 250-room W Hotel and a 32-floor condominium tower along 11th Street at Figueroa and Flower streets. Phase two would bring a 42-story tower where the Luxe City Center hotel now stands. The development would have 650 condominiums and 80,000 square feet of retail space.

The Latest: Shenzhen Hazens is seeking financial assistance; the City Council in late 2016 agreed to look at economic incentives for the developer. 

METROPOLIS

889 Francisco St. 

Developer: Greenland USA, a subsidiary of Chinese developer Greenland

Budget: $1 billion

Opening: In phases through early 2018

Website: metropolislosangeles.com

Key Details: Phase 1 includes an 18-story, 350-room Hotel Indigo and a 38-floor tower with 308 condos; Phase 2 has 40- and 56-story condominium buildings with 514 and 736 units, respectively. Metropolis also has 70,000 square feet of retail space. 

The Latest: Move-ins for the first condo tower began in January, and the Hotel Indigo opens in March. The first tower is more than 75% sold, according to Metropolis. 

Oceanwide Plaza

Oceanwide Plaza

OCEANWIDE PLAZA

1100-1198 S. Figueroa St.

Developer: Oceanwide 

Budget: $1 billion

Anticipated Opening: Late 2018

Website: oceanwideplaza.com

Key Details: The project will hold a 49-story tower and two 40-floor buildings on a 100-foot-tall podium (with 1,444 parking stalls) across from Staples Center. Plans include 504 condominiums and 184 hotel rooms (under the Park Hyatt brand), plus more than 166,000 square feet of retail space. Oceanwide Plaza will have a 40,000-square-foot LED sign along Figueroa. 

The Latest: The underground parking garage and podium are currently being built. 

OLYMPIC TOWER

811 W. Olympic Blvd.

Developer: Neman Family Real Estate

Budget: N/A

Height: 57 stories

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: The high-rise would have 374 residential units, 373 hotel rooms, 33,500 square feet of creative office space and 65,000 square feet of retail space.

The Latest: The developer is seeking entitlements for the project that would replace the car wash on the northwest corner of Figueroa Street and Olympic Boulevard. 

ROW DTLA 

777 Alameda St. 

Developer: Atlas Capital

Budget: N/A

Anticipated Opening: Spaces are debuting on a rolling basis, with several retail and dining concepts slated to debut over the course of this year. 

Website: rowdtla.com

Key Details: The 1.3 million-square-foot project with seven buildings will comprise creative office space, and approximately 100 stores and 20 restaurants. It includes a series of “themed streets.”

The Latest: Row DTLA last month announced leases for the nearly 40,000-square-foot Tartine Manufactory (comprising a grain mill, bakery, market, coffee roastery and more) and a slew of commercial clients such as Real Office Centers (27,000 square feet) and denim company J Brand. Tartine is expected to open this fall. 

THE GRAND

Southeast corner of First Street and Grand Avenue

Developer: Related Companies 

Budget: $950 million

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: 2018/2022

Key Details: The complex being designed by Frank Gehry would have a residential tower with up to 450 units (20% set aside as affordable housing), a 305-room Equinox hotel, and a retail and restaurant component around a Central Plaza

The Latest: The City Council in December approved the latest joint-venture partnership and timeline for the long-gestating project. Related also announced that Chinese company Overseas Real Estate Pte. Ltd, also known as CORE, will invest $290 million in the project.

The Reef

The Reef

THE REEF

1933 S. Broadway

Developer: Avedis and Ara Tavitian

Budget: $1.2 billion

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: 2017/2021

Website: reefprojectla.com

Key Details: The Reef would spread across two city blocks on either side of Broadway. Phase one would hold a 208-room hotel and a seven-story building with about 100 apartments, plus an eight-story parking structure, retail and commercial spaces, and a 17,000-square-foot public plaza. The second phase would bring mid-rise buildings with about 440 apartments, as well as 32- and 35-story towers with nearly 900 combined condos, plus more retail space and parking. As part of its agreement with the city, the developer is giving $15.2 million to preserve affordable housing and is setting aside 5% of the apartments for low-income renters.

The Latest: The Reef secured final city approvals in December. Construction of the first phase “West Block” could commence in the spring. The second phase would start around the time the first eight-story parking structure is completed. 

WILSHIRE GRAND REPLACEMENT

900 Wilshire Blvd.

Developer: Hanjin International

Budget: $1.1 billion

Height: 73 stories

Anticipated Opening: June

Website: wilshiregrandcenter.com

Key Details: The tower deigned by AC Martin will have a 900-room hotel operated by InterContinental and 400,000 square feet of office space, along with retail and restaurant space.

The Latest: The tower is 93% complete, according to a project spokesman, with the interior currently being built out. 

CIVIC 

FIGUEROA CORRIDOR BIKEWAY

Budget: $20 million

Anticipated Opening: Summer 

Website: myfigueroa.com

KeyDetails: The road diet from Seventh Street to 41st Street is cutting eight driving lanes to five on Figueroa, and building new bike lanes with curbs that protect cyclists from cars. MyFigueroa, as the project is known, also will create transit platforms that extend the sidewalk, new landscaping, lighting and signage.

TheLatest: MyFigueroa broke ground in October and construction is progressing on stretches of Figueroa Street, though the winter rains have caused some delays. 

FIRST AND BROADWAY PARK

Developer: City of Los Angeles

Budget: $28 million

Anticipated Groundbreaking: Early 2018

KeyDetails: The design from Mia Lehrer + Associates features a central hardscape plaza that would be flanked by pockets of greenery with seating. A two-story structure on the northwest corner of the two-acre site would have an amphitheater-like seating area. 

TheLatest: The city is working on preliminary engineering and anticipates asking for additional community input in the next several months, according to a representative from City Councilman José Huizar’s office. 

Los Angeles State Historic Park

Los Angeles State Historic Park

LOS ANGELES STATE HISTORIC PARK

1245 N. Spring St. 

Budget: $20 million

Anticipated Opening: April

KeyDetails: The 32-acre park has been reshaped to feature open meadows, rolling hills, a promenade, restrooms, a visitors’ center, a paved parking lot, a wetlands area and a pedestrian “bridge” with a lookout point. 

TheLatest: The project has been delayed many times, including because of soil contamination, and, later, waiting for the grass to take root. Now construction is done and the park is nearly ready to open. 

LOS ANGELES STREETCAR

Budget: $266 million

Anticipated Opening: 2020 

Website: streetcar.la

KeyDetails: The 3.8-mile urban circulator would travel in a loop from the Civic Center to South Park, with a main spine on Broadway. A spur to Grand Avenue and Second Street is no longer part of the route. The streetcar has secured $65 million for construction via a tax that would be levied on property owners along the route.

TheLatest: Streetcar officials and 14th District City Councilman José Huizar hope to secure funding for the project from the recently passed Measure M. That money is currently set to arrive in 2053, but project backers want to expedite the schedule. That would depend on a surplus of tax revenues from Measure M, according to a Metro representative. 

MERCED THEATER AND MASONIC HALL

420 N. Main St.

Developer: City of Los Angeles

Budget: $23 million

Size: 18,000 square feet

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Opening: This summer/2019

KeyDetails: Rehab of the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument property will retain the east and west facades while adding more natural light to the south perimeter. Public access Channel 35 will be a tenant and there will be a 49-seat television studio that can host performances and events.

TheLatest: The project will go out to bid at the end of the month. Construction is anticipated to begin by August.

MUSIC CENTER PLAZA RENOVATION

135 N. Grand Ave.

Developer: Music Center and the County of Los Angeles

Budget: $30 million

KeyDetails: The project will rework the 52-year-old performing arts campus, flattening various rises and dips, and extending the eastern stairway so it stretches across more of the Grand Avenue side. Three new restaurants will open and there will be enhanced patio seating, as well as permanent bathrooms.

TheLatest: A groundbreaking has been pushed back from February to the spring. Work will last 15 months.

Pershing Square Redesign

Pershing Square Redesign

PERSHING SQUARE REDESIGN

Developer: City of Los Angeles

Budget: $50 million

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Website: pershingsquarerenew.com

KeyDetails: The design from Paris-based Agence Ter would flatten the park down to street level and create greenery across most of the property. Amenities and a shade structure would run along Hill Street between Fifth and Sixth streets. 

TheLatest: The city has secured $2 million to fund a preliminary site survey and analysis, and continues to raise design funds, according to a representative from City Councilman José Huizar’s office. 

REGIONAL CONNECTOR

Developer: Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Budget: $1.75 billion

Anticipated Opening: 2021

Key Details: The 1.9-mile Regional Connector will join area light rail lines to streamline cross-county travel and reduce the need for transfers. The project includes new stations at First and Central, Second and Broadway, and Second and Hope. 

TheLatest: Underground tunneling has begun. Moving old utility lines means that Metro has boosted the price by nearly $200 million. This would bring the cost of the Regional Connector 28% above its original budget of $1.36 billion. The project needs to be finished by May 2021 or Metro risks losing federal grant dollars. 

SIXTH STREET VIADUCT REPLACEMENT

Developer: City of Los Angeles

Budget: $482 million

Size: 3,500 feet long

Anticipated Opening: 2020

Website: sixthstreetviaduct.org

Key Details: The replacement for the Sixth Street Viaduct, being designed by Michael Maltzan, will have a “ribbon of arches” theme and bicycle and pedestrian paths. The Arts District side of the bridge will include an art park named for late developer Leonard Hill. 

The Latest: Demolition of the old viaduct was completed in December, and construction of the new bridge has begun with foundation piles on the east side of the river. 

COMMUNITY

BUDOKAN OF LOS ANGELES

237-249 S. Los Angeles St.

Developer: Little Tokyo Service Center

Budget: $24 million

Size: 63,000 square feet

Anticipated Groundbreaking/Completion: 2017/2018

Website: budokanoflosangeles.com

Key Details: The sports and activities complex being designed by Gruen Associates will include a four-court gymnasium, rooftop terrace, outdoor event space and a community room.

TheLatest: Project backers say 90% of the funds have been raised. They are also working on raising an additional $5 million for an endowment to cover operations and maintenance. They hope to break ground this year.

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Pavilion

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Pavilion

GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL

MEDICAL PAVILION

1245 Wilshire Blvd.

Developer: Good Samaritan Hospital

Budget: $80 million

Size: 190,000 square feet

Opening: Third quarter 

TheLatest: In December, the initial group of physicians began seeing patients at the City West medical facility, and a new entrance opened. The full expansion will include the Frank R. Seaver Ambulatory Surgery Center, with eight operating room suites, a pharmacy and outpatient clinics.

VARIETY ARTS CENTER 

940 S. Figueroa St. 

Developer: Robhana Group

Budget: N/A

Anticipated Opening: 2017 

Website: robhana.com

TheLatest: A ribbon cutting is on track for this year at the 92-year-old South Park complex that is being completely overhauled. The new anchor tenant will be mega-church Hillsong L.A., which will use the 1,100-seat theater for services.

BUSINESS

537 S. BROADWAY

Developer: King’s Arch

Budget: $7.35 million purchase price; $4 million for renovations

Size: 45,000 square feet

Anticipated Opening: July 

Website: kingsarch.com

TheLatest: King’s Arch has completed much of the renovations of the Art Deco, 1931 building originally designed by Percy Eisen and Albert Walker. The developer will soon roll out marketing efforts for creative office space in the 3,000- to 9,000-square-foot range and retail spaces from 3,500 to 8,000 square feet.

At Mateo

At Mateo

AT MATEO

555 Mateo St.

Developer: Blatteis and Schnur

Budget: $90 million

Anticipated Opening: May

Website: atmateo.com

Key Details: Four buildings with retail and creative office space will replace a former set of Arts District warehouses. There will be 130,000 square feet of retail space, 50,000 square feet of office space, a rooftop deck and 540 parking spaces.

TheLatest: Work on the project designed by Edge Architecture is nearly complete and the developer is ramping up for a spring opening. At Mateo representatives plan to announce some tenants soon.

CITY MARKET SOUTH

11th and San Julian

Developer: LENA Group

Budget: $2 billion (entire City Market)

Anticipated Opening: First quarter

Website: citymarketsouth.com

Key Details: The 75,000-square-foot first phase of the massive City Market project will include the restaurants Slanted Door, Rossoblu and a cocktail bar. The overall, $2 billion project, being developed by Peter Fleming, will encompass 225,000 square feet of retail, 295,000 square feet of office space, 945 residential units and 210 hotel rooms.

TheLatest: Most construction on City Market South has been finished and the restaurants are nearly ready to open. Entitlements are being sought for the later phases of the project. 

Ford Building

Ford Building

FORD BUILDING

777 S. Santa Fe Ave.

Developer: Shorenstein Properties

Budget: N/A

Height: 5 stories

Size: 254,000 square feet

Anticipated Opening: 2018

TheLatest: Warner Music Group in October announced that it had signed a 13-year lease for the entire Arts District building. The structure is being upgraded, and the company will move staff from offices in Burbank and the Westside.

HARRIS BUILDING

110 W. 11th St.

Developer: Jade Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Anticipated Opening: Summer 

TheLatest: Work is nearly complete on the South Park project. Each of the top six levels will hold roughly 7,600 square feet of creative office space. The ground floor and basement of the 1923 Beaux Arts structure will become retail commercial space. 

TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING

433 S. Spring St.

Developer: Rising Realty Partners

Budget: N/A

Height: 11 stories

Size: 320,000 square feet

Anticipated Opening: N/A

Key Details: RRP and its partner Lionstone Investments plan to turn the 1928 structure into creative office space. There would be retail and restaurant space on the ground floor.

SOHO WAREHOUSE

Address: 1000 S. Santa Fe Ave.

Developer: Soho House

Budget: $18.5 million for acquisition; transformation budget is undisclosed

Size: 7 stories

Anticipated Opening: 2018 

Website: sohohouse.com

TheLatest: Soho House representatives said the ground floor will be open to the public. Architecture firm Killefer Flammang is handling designs of the Arts District project that would include a bar, gym, screening room and 48 hotel rooms.

SUBWAY TERMINAL RETAIL

417 S. Hill St.

Developer: Forest City

Budget: N/A

Size: 130,000 square feet

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

Key Details: The ground floor and two subterranean levels of the Metro 417 building are being turned into retail and office space. The street level would hold shops and restaurants, while the first underground level would be office space. There would be office and larger retail tenants on the lower floor.

TheLatest: The search for tenants is underway. No deals have been signed. 

HOTELS

CECIL HOTEL RENOVATION

640 S. Main St.

Developer: Simon Baron Development

Budget: N/A

Height: 15 stories

Anticipated Groundbreaking: 2017

TheLatest: The developer is preparing to renovate the building. Half of the structure will remain a hotel, and the other half would hold 301 micro apartments.

FIG + PICO

Northeast corner of Figueroa Street and Pico Boulevard

Developer: Lightstone 

Budget: $450 million 

Height: 24 and 40 stories

Size: 1,100 rooms

Anticipated Groundbreaking: 2017

TheLatest: Lightstone continues to seek entitlements and negotiate hotel tax incentives with the city. Three hotel brands would operate in the two-tower project. Plans include 20,000 square feet of retail and six levels of parking. 

Freehand Hotel

Freehand Hotel

FREEHAND HOTEL

416 W. Eighth St. 

Developer: Sydell Group and Yucaipa Company

Budget: N/A

Height: 13 stories

Size: 200 rooms

Anticipated Opening: April

Website: freehandhotels.com/los-angeles

TheLatest: The interior build-out continues at the 1924 Commercial Exchange Building. The Freehand will have traditional hotel rooms as well as hostel-style accommodations with multiple beds in group rooms. The website is accepting reservations for April. 

HOTEL FIGUEROA RENOVATION

939 S. Figueroa St.

Developer: Capital Hall Partners/Urban Lifestyle Group and GreenOak Capital. 

Budget: N/A

Anticipated Opening: Spring

Website: hotelfigueroa.com

Key Details: 13 stories, 180,000 square feet, 268 guest rooms. Amenities will include a rooftop garden, fitness center, pool and an open-air bar/restaurant. 

TheLatest: Work is nearing the finish line and hotel representatives recently announced that chef Casey Lane and mixologist Dushan Zaric will helm the food and beverage teams, respectively. At press time the website was accepting bookings in June starting at $379 a night.

HOXTON HOTEL

1060 S. Broadway

Developer: Ennismore

Budget: $30 million purchase price; no budget announced for renovations

Size: 10 floors, 164 rooms

Anticipated Opening: 2018

TheLatest: The 1922 Los Angeles Railway Building’s transformation is underway. GREC Architects is handling designs for a project that will have a rooftop pool, spa and multiple eateries.

NOMAD HOTEL

649 S. Olive St. 

Developer: Sydell Group

Budget: purchase price $39 million; construction budget N/A

Height: 12 stories 

Size: 250 rooms

Anticipated Opening: Fall 

Website: sydellgroup.com

TheLatest: The interior build-out of the 1923 Financial District hotel continues. The design from Killefer Flammang Architects is reshaping the building’s old banking floor into a lobby and space for a bar and restaurant. An event space and swimming pool will be on the roof. 

Proper Hotel

Proper Hotel

PROPER HOTEL

1106 S. Broadway

Developer: Kor Group and Stork/Alma Development

Budget: N/A

Size: 13 floors, 148 guest rooms

Opening: Spring 2018

Website: properhotel.com/downtown-la

TheLatest: The developers in October began the transformation of the 1924 Case Hotel. Architecture firm Omgivning is handling designs for the project that will include a restaurant and a rooftop pool and lounge.

SPRING STREET HOTEL

633 S. Spring St.

Developer: Lizard Capital

Budget: N/A

Height: 28 stories

Rooms: 176

Anticipated Groundbreaking: N/A

TheLatest: Plans have been polished for a narrow hotel on a current parking lot. The design from architect Adam Sokol includes concrete columns on the lower levels and modern glass elements on the upper half of the building.

OPENED IN THE PAST FIVE MONTHS

ANIMAL MUSEUM

421 Colyton St.

Size: 6,000 square feet

Budget: N/A

Website: theanimalmuseum.com

TheLatest: Doors to the Arts District’s Animal Museum opened in December. The museum, which was formerly in Hollywood, holds exhibits dedicated to animal rights and protecting animals.

Arts District Park

Arts District Park

ARTS DISTRICT PARK

Fifth and Hewitt

Developer: City of Los Angeles

Size: one-half acre

Budget: $1.6 million

TheLatest: A ribbon cutting took place Nov. 7 for the community attraction that includes benches, trees, a children’s playground and a performance space. The park has drought-friendly plans and other sustainable features.

CALEDISON

601 W. Fifth St.

Developer: Rising Realty Partners

Budget: N/A

Size: 14 stories

Website: thecaledison.com

TheLatest: Rising Realty in January revealed the transformation of the 1931 building formerly known as One Bunker Hill. The structure has been redesigned as creative office space, and the ornate lobby has been restored. The building achieved LEED Platinum certification in December.

FEDERAL COURTHOUSE

350 W. First St.

Developer: U.S. General Services Administration

Budget: $350 million

Size: 10 stories, 633,000 square feet

TheLatest: The glass-and-steel courthouse opened Oct. 13. The Civic Center building designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, nicknamed the “Floating Cube,” holds 24 courtrooms, 32 judges’ chambers and offices. It includes sustainable elements such as rooftop solar panels and a succulent and oak tree garden irrigated by water collected from the building’s air conditioning system.

OLiVE DTLA

Pico Boulevard and Olive Street

Developer: Astani Enterprises

Budget: N/A

Height: 7 stories

Residences: 293 apartments

Opened: October 

Website: olivedtla.com

TheLatest: The first phase of developer Astani Enterprises’ South Park project is approximately 20% occupied. The second phase, now known as 12th & Grand, will begin move-ins next month.

Tuck Hotel

Tuck Hotel

TUCK HOTEL

820 S. Spring St.

Developer: Juan Pablo Torre

Budget: N/A

Size: 3 floors, 9,000 square feet

Website: tuckhotel.com

TheLatest: Check-ins at the 14-room Fashion District boutique hotel began Dec. 11. Rooms range from 320-450 square feet, and the hotel includes a restaurant and bar.

© Los Angeles Downtown News 2017