The 53-story tower with cantilevered swimming pools would connect to the rooftop restaurant Perch.
Right off the 134 freeway, the development would put apartments on a parking lot and repurpose a Chase.
It would link up to the bike path and contain "two natural habitat preserves."
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The striking, metal-clad complex would rise across from the under-construction NFL stadium on Century Boulevard.
The country’s third oldest baseball stadium will get more bars, a new play area, and standing room in the outfield.
The 170-room hotel is set to rise on Spring and Sixth streets in Downtown LA.
The building would hold 298 affordable studios, plus a rooftop deck and community garden.
Described as a "village on the hill," the homes are raised off the ground and are wrapped in a giant green wall of succulents.
Architect and developer Tony Ashai filed plans for the high-rise, which would hold 335 housing units.
The hotel and residential project would rise next to a future Purple Line station.
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Construction could start as soon as next year.
An Australian developer is planning a greenery-draped condo tower in the Downtown neighborhood.
Developer Jamison Services is planning 641 apartments—and parking for 1,922 cars—at Mariposa and Wilshire.
If built, the 77-story skyscraper from developer Shenzhen New World Group would be a record-breaker.
Developer Jamison Services is planning a new skyscraper for the site at Fourth and Figueroa.
Apartments and a grocery store are planned at Santa Monica and Barrington.
760 residential units would replace a parking garage
Developer California Home Builders is on a building spree in the neighborhood.
The new grocery store and shops should be complete next year.
City committee votes not to pursue landmarking the property.
The development near Walt Disney Concert Hall is finally moving forward.
The tower would be one of LA’s tallest—and most daring.
The sleek and eye-catching building would located down the street from the historic Lincoln Heights Jail.
The 80-room hotel would have a rooftop deck and bar.
It’s set to open by the end of 2021.
Construction could start in 2020.
The $170 million project could get started next year
Studios start at $2,048 in El Centro, the complex on Hollywood Boulevard.
3,000 new residential units, an artificial lake, and a revamped casino will join the football stadium in Inglewood.
It’s the latest in a slew of projects planned for the area by developers Mack Real Estate Group and AECOM.
Perla—the neighborhood’s new tallest building—sits in the heart of Downtown LA, at the corner of Fourth Street and Broadway.
It will replace a strip mall that houses an Out of the Closet thrift store.
The area is heating up with developers, including one with plans to become "a catalyst for gentrification."