LA Adds A New Mixed-Use Skyscraper


Posted on 2017-12-22 Author:LIYUCSF


It is reported that a new mixed-used skyscraper will be built in Los Angeles’ Koreatown. This project aims to bring a 200-key hotel, 250 condominium units, 21,320 square feet (1,980 square meters) of restaurant and retail spaces, and 16,410 square feet (1,524 square meters) of offices. In addition, the project includes 279 residential parking spaces, 204 parking stalls set aside for the commercial and office uses, as well as 250 long-term bicycle storage lockers and 25 short-term bicycle storage spaces.


The 450-feet(137.2 meters) tower will contain seven parking levels above two retail floors, with the hotel program rising above. A hotel amenity level will be located on the eighth and ninth floors of the complex. The development’s residential units will be located along the upper half of the building, with the uppermost floors occupied by a pair of penthouse levels and a rooftop amenity terrace. The project site is currently occupied by a pair of commercial structures that will be demolished to make way for the new development. The project is scheduled to begin construction later in 2017, and is expected to complete sometime in 2019. 


Source: The Architect’s Newspaper



It is reported that a new mixed-used skyscraper will be built in Los Angeles’ Koreatown. This project aims to bring a 200-key hotel, 250 condominium units, 21,320 square feet (1,980 square meters) of restaurant and retail spaces, and 16,410 square feet (1,524 square meters) of offices. In addition, the project includes 279 residential parking spaces, 204 parking stalls set aside for the commercial and office uses, as well as 250 long-term bicycle storage lockers and 25 short-term bicycle storage spaces.


The 450-feet(137.2 meters) tower will contain seven parking levels above two retail floors, with the hotel program rising above. A hotel amenity level will be located on the eighth and ninth floors of the complex. The development’s residential units will be located along the upper half of the building, with the uppermost floors occupied by a pair of penthouse levels and a rooftop amenity terrace. The project site is currently occupied by a pair of commercial structures that will be demolished to make way for the new development. The project is scheduled to begin construction later in 2017, and is expected to complete sometime in 2019. 


Source: The Architect’s Newspaper