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LOS ANGELES | Downtown Project Rundown 6.0

Updated as of December 13, 2021. Mad props to Doctorboffin for compiling this.

Under Construction - New Construction

Brookfield Tower
64 Stories - Residential (655') - 784 Rental Units

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Grand Ave
37 Stories - Residential (528') - 436 Rental Units
32 Stories - Hotel (302') - 309 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

8th & Figueroa
42 Stories - Residential (501') - 438 Rental Units


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Fig+Pico Tower A
37 Stories - Hotel (465') - 727 Hotel Units


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Weingart Center
19 Stories- Residential (200') -278 Supportive Housing Units


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2130 E. Violet Street
9 Stories - Office (121') - 113,000 Square Feet of Office Space


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118 S. ASTRONAUT ELLISON S ONIZUKA STREET
9 Stories - Residential (120') -77 Condo Units


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1100 W Temple
8 Stories - Residential (???) -53 Rental Units


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Ferrante
7 Stories - Residential (???) -1,150 Rental Units

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668 S. ALAMEDA STREET
7 Stories - Residential (???) - 475 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Emerald
7 Stories - Residential (???) - 154 Rental Units


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1230 Ingraham Street
7 Stories - Residential (???) - 121 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

459 S. Hartford

7 Stories - Supportive Housing (???) - 100 Rental Units


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Lamp Lodge

7 Stories - Supportive Housing (???) - 82 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Firmin Court

7 Stories - Residential (???) -64 Rental Units


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1323 Colton

7 Stories - Residential (???) -60 Rental Units


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1320 W. Court

7 Stories - Residential (???) -60 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

330 N. Patton

7 Stories - Residential (???) - 32 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Ayala DTLA

7 Stories - Residential (???) - 30 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1320 Flower Street

6 Stories - Hotel (???) -43 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

600 E First Street

6 stories - Residential (???) -69 Rental Units

NO RENDER

708 N. Depot Street

6 Stories - Residential (???) -33 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1800 Beverly Blvd.

5 Stories - Residential (79’) - 243 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

843 N. Spring

5 Stories - Offices (???) -120,000 square feet


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1501 W. 8th Street

5 Stories Residential (???) -60 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


849 N. Bunker Hill

5 Stories - Residential (???) - 37 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

688 Mateo

1 Story - Restaurant


(Photo Credit: WhatnowLosAngeles)

New Sixth Street Viaduct and Park


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

On-Hold - New Construction

Oceanwide Plaza
49 Stories - Mixed-Use (677') - 183 Hotel Units/164 Condo Units
40 Stories - Residential (530') - 170 Condo Units
40 Stories - Residential (530') - 170 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

520 Mateo
35 Stories - Mixed-Use (390') -475 Rental Units



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Harmony
23 Stories- Residential (284') -178 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

LOHA

6 stories - Mixed Use (85’) - 344 Live/ Work Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Approved - New Construction

Olympia
65 Stories - Hotel (852') - 1000 Hotel Units
53 Stories - Residential (652') - 516 Condo Units
43 Stories - Residential (549') - 363 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Dezeen)

1045 Olive
70 Stories - Residential (810') - 794 Rental Units



(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Pershing Square Tower
53 Stories - Mixed Use (784') - 190 Hotel Rooms - 31 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1000 Hill
60 Stories - Residential (760') - 700 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: [URLhttps://urbanize.city/la/post/design-revisions-unveiled-60-story-olympic-hill-tower]Urbanize.LA)

Olympic Tower
58 Stories - Mixed-Use (740') 374 Condo Units - 373 Hotel Rooms - 33,500 square feet of office space


(Photo Credit: [https://archinect.com/news/article/150165908/olympic-tower-a-flashy-new-downtown-la-skyscraper-hopes-to-leave-its-mark-on-the-city-s-skyline]Archinect)

Times Mirror Square
53 Stories Residnetial (666')

37 Stories Residential (492')

-1,127 Total Rental Units


(Photo Credit: [https://urbanize.city/la/post/onnis-times-mirror-square-development-gets-go-ahead]Urbanize.LA)

222 W. 2ND STREET
56 Stories - Residential (616') 680 Units


(Photo Credit: [https://urbanize.city/la/post/la-city-council-signs-56-story-dtla-tower]Urbanize.LA[/URL])

8th Grand and Hope
45 Stories - Residential (592') - 580 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: [https://urbanize.city/la/post/downtown-8th-hope-mitsui-fudosan]Urbanize.LA[/URL])

350 South Figueroa Street
41 Stories - Residential (480') -570 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: [https://urbanize.city/la/post/la-city-council-approves-environmental-report-41-story-dtla-tower]Urbanize.LA[/URL])

Lake on Wilshire
41 Stories - Residential (459') - 478 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: [https://urbanize.city/la/post/fresh-renderings-41-story-tower-planned-near-macarthur-park]Urbanize.LA[/URL])


City Market

41 Stories - Residential (454')

34 Stories - Residential (380')

24 Stories - Office (272')

9 Stories - Residential (120')

8 Stories - Residential (120')

4 Stories - Educational (120')

9 Stories - Residential (115')

7 Stories - Educational (115')

7 Stories - Educational (115')

8 Stories - Commercial Retail (110')

8 Stories - Parking (109')

3 Stories - Office (46')

3 Stories - Office (45')

1 Story - Commercial Retail (25')

948 Residential Units, 210 Hotel Units, 300,000 square-foot educational institution, 225,000 square feet of commercial office and retail.


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

4th & Hill
33 Stories - Residential (410') - 428 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

7th & Maple
33 Stories - Residential (370') - 452 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Alexan
27 Stories -Residential (320’) - 305 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Fig+Pico Phase 2
27 Stories - Hotel (???) - 378 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Weingart Center Phase 2
18 Stories - Residential (209') 302 Rental units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Hyatt Centric

15 Stories - Hotel (198’) 139 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

115 s. Olive

16 Stories - Hotel (183’) 243 Guest Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Arts District Center
12 Stories - Mixed-Use (170') - 129 Condo Units, 113 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

2110 Bay Street

11 Stories (147’)

7 Stories (???)

110 Live-Work Units, 113,000 Square Feet of Office Space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1024 Mateo

8 Stories -Mixed-Use (128’) 106 Live-Work Units, 93,000 Square feet of Office Space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

676 Mateo

8 Stories - Mixed-Use (111’) 185 Live/ Work Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

414 S. Crocker

8 Stories - Supportive housing (???) 175 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

College Station

7 Stories - Residential (???) - 725 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

501 E. 5th Street

7 stories -Supportive Housing (???) Rental 97 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Proposed - New Construction

333 S. Figueroa
77 Stories - Mixed-Use (1,108') 599 Hotel Rooms - 242 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Archinect)

Angels Landing
64 Stories - Mixed-Use (853') 260 Hotel Rooms, 180 Condo Units, 60 Rental Units
48 Stories - Mixed Use (541') 270 Hotel Rooms, 211 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

6 AM
58 Stories- Mixed-Use (732') 260 Hotel Rooms, 186 Condo Units
58 Stories - Residential (710') 522 Rental Units
The Complex will contain a total of 1,305 Rental Units, 431 Hotel Rooms, 412 Condo Units, and 250,000 sq feet of office space.


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Tower at the Bloc

53 Stories - Mixed-Use (610') 466 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1120 S. Olive Street

60 Stories - Residential (698’) 713 Units

NO RENDER

1105 Olive

51 Stories - Residential (606') 536 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1111 Sunset


49 Stories - Residential (572') 406 Units

30 Stories - Residential (408') 246 Units

17 Stories - Hotel (211 feet) - 180 Hotel Rooms

The complex will contain a total of 737 Residential Units - 180 Room Hotel -48,000 sq feet of Office Space


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1111 S. HILL STREET
43 Stories - Mixed-Use (520') 319 Condo Units, 160 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Fourth & Central
44 stories -Residential (496') 449 Condo Units

27 Stories -Residential (292') 425 Rental Units

27 Stories - Residential (284') 312 Rental Units

18 Stories - Residential (181') 144 Rental Units

12 Stories - Office (168') 182,000 sq feet of Office Space

12 Stories -Office (166') 137,699 sq feet of Office Space

10 Stories - Residendital (124') 123 Condo Units

6 Stories -Office - 81,311 sq feet of Office Space

6 Stories - Mixed-Use - 68 Rental Units, 68 Hotel Units



(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


J.W. Marriott Expansion
38 Stories - Hotel (???) -861 Guest Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


The Albany
37 Stories -Hotel (479') -730 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1201 S. GRAND AVENUE
40 Stories - Residential (461') - 312 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


2143 E. Violet Street
36 Stories -Mixed-Use (425') -347 Live Work Apartments

8 Stories - Office (142') - 187,000 square feet of office space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Bixel Residences
36 Stories - Residential (409') 422 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

SB Omega
38 Stories - Residential (390') - 452 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Axis GFA Tower
~36 Stories - Mixed-use (???)


(Photo Credit: AxisGFA)

670 Mesquit
30 Stories - Mixed-Use (374') - 308 Residential units, 236 Room Hotel, 136,000 square feet of commercial space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1355 S. Grand

28 Stories - Residential (370’) 284 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Lifan Tower
29 Stories - Residential (350') - 306 Rental Units

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(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1251 N. SPRING STREET
26 Stories (348')
22 Stories (304')
15 Stories (213')

Mixed-Use - 986 Apartments, 15,000 square feet of retail


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

633 S. Spring Street
28 Stories -Hotel (342') - 170 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Jade Tower
30 Stories - Residential (340') - 363 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Bella Vista Tower
24 Stories - Residential (328') -355 Units


(Photo Credit: Curbed.LA)

Morris Hotel
25 Stories - Residential (325') - 136 Units
15 Stories - Hotel (190') - 444 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

MOB Hotel
26 Stories - Mixed-Use (282') -294 Rental Units, 149 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

7th and Lucas Tower
25 Stories - Residential (278') - 225 units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1600 S. FLOWER STREET

23 Stories - Residential (???) - 250 Units
22 Stories - Hotel (???) - 300 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

511 Grand Ave Housing

22 Stories - Residential (246') - 300 Units


(Photo Credit: JFAKArchitects)

845 S Olive
19 Stories - Residential (226') -329 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

216 S. Spring
17 Stories - Residential (???) - 120 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


2045 E VIOLET STREET
13 Stories - Office (217') - 450,000 Square Feet of Office Space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Southern California Flower Market Redevelopment
15 Stories- Residential/Mixed Use (205') -323 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


252 S SPRING STREET
15 Stories - Residential (195') - 331 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

655 Mesquit Street
14 Stories - Office (195') - 185,000 Square feet of Office Space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

11th and Grand

13 Stories - Hotel (178’) 160 Hotel Rooms


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Rendon Hotel


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

The Alvidrez

14 Stories - Supportive Housing (???) 150 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Main Tower

12 Stories -Residential (160') 196 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

527 S. Colyton Street
12 Stories - Residential (154') - 310 Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

641 s. Imperial Ave

12 Stories - Mixed-Use (147’) 140 Live/ Work Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

405 S. Hewitt
11 Stories - Office (???) - 250,000 square feet of office space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

115 N. GLENDALE BOULEVARD

9 Stories - Hotel (???) 185 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

5th and Seaton

8 Stories Mixed-Use (111’) 220 Live-Work Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

717 N. Hill

8 Stories - Residential (91’) 411 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

713 E. 5th Street

8 Stories - Supportive Housing (???) 50 units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

1457 Main

7 Stories - Mixed-Use (???) - 244 Live/Work Units



(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

Radisson Red Hotel

6 Stories - Hotel (???) - 140 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: LADowntownnews)

8TH & ALAMEDA STUDIOS

78,500 Square feet of Office Space


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)
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Nice!!

Here is the skyline as it is today - extremely different from how it will be in 2 years time.
Downtown Los Angeles by Hunter, on Flickr

And here is my personal list, which I will keep updating and re-uploading.

Current as of March 21st 2017:

DTLA Towers Under Construction by Hunter, on Flickr

2012-2018 Downtown LA Cycle (Proposed Towers) by Hunter, on Flickr
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Good job! Thank you Mojeda101.

That's all we wanted.

I might use this post for my own overview and keep you updated.
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Very nice. Good job.
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Are we including the City West projects or nah?
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Are we including the City West projects or nah?
I took them out but we can if you guys consider it Downtown.
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Great job Mojeda!

Few mistakes
-Hanover Grand opened in November
-11th and Hill along with the other Forrest City development at 12th and Broadway are under construction. They broke ground in June or July.
-There's a small shitbox located at 1400 Figueroa between the two Avants. It broke ground recently. 106 units. http://urbanize.la/post/introducing-...ise-mixed-user

Since it's called downtown now, does that mean projects just within the freeway loop? Seems to me like projects in City West, Chinatown, and just below the 10 (SoLa Village) should be included
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Thanks Mojeda for taking on the job. First page looks good.
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I took them out but we can if you guys consider it Downtown.
In my opinion I would just cause many include it in the official DTLA boundaries. GJ btw
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In my opinion I would just cause many include it in the official DTLA boundaries. GJ btw
Which are? I would be against that because it would make more sense to talk about projects like College Station and SoLa Village here than in the non-downtown thread
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If only we had a map of the roughly what people consider DTLA.....
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Great Job!

11th and Hill is U/C (last time I looked down in that pit they were coming up from below ground)

It has 177 apartments

And the same people are doing the vomitorium at 1216 Broadway, 214 Apartments, also U/C



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The downtownnews.com quarterly survey says that the apt tower on broadway proposed by the devlpr from australia....I don't recall the exact name & location.....has been placed on hold by the owner due to complaints about its design from ppl in the planning commission or neighborhood coalition. The planners or activists say its design is too modern.
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The downtownnews.com quarterly survey says that the apt tower on broadway proposed by the devlpr from australia....I don't recall the exact name & location.....has been placed on hold by the owner due to complaints about its design from ppl in the planning commission or neighborhood coalition. The planners or activists say its design is too modern.
Link?

I'll need to update my chart with pushed back dates as excuses start rolling in like the one above.
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Which are? I would be against that because it would make more sense to talk about projects like College Station and SoLa Village here than in the non-downtown thread
I was just going off what the DLANC map considers the boundaries.

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Link?
open the pop up & scroll to one of the inner pages


btw, thanks to mojeda & forumers like you for taking the time to update the front page of the dtla thread or create comprehensive lists. however, I would like to see the existing thread merged with this one since I love seeing the dtla forum with over 2.6 million posts listed next to it.
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Really nice job Mojeda looking less cluttered and ready for a new start going forward!! My suggestion would be just label the title "Los Angeles Downtown & Vicinity Project Rundown 6.0" so everything is included as they are within or adjacent to DTLA! Good job bro!
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open the pop up & scroll to one of the inner pages


btw, thanks to mojeda & forumers like you for taking the time to update the front page of the dtla thread or create comprehensive lists. however, I would like to see the existing thread merged with this one since I love seeing the dtla forum with over 2.6 million posts listed next to it.
Thanks!

At first glance I see:

-4th & Hill still saying this year
-Mack Urban still saying this year
-Related needs $$ to get their Grand Ave project off the ground
-JW Marriott has been pushed over a year
-Barry Shy pushes his projects for the umpteenth time
-Hellens tower (I really liked this one) fell apart
-Alexan lost its timeline
-Apex 2 in early spring
-4th & Broadway completely left off list?

Edit: Updated my list towards the top of the page to reflect the news.
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Thanks Mojeda; i enjoyed doing it for a little while, but not gonna lie, it feels kinda nice having a big weight off my shoulder haha

You seem to be very passionate about this city and have a lot more down time than I do, so i'm sure you'll do a much better job than me!
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