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Old May 10th, 2013, 07:36 AM   #581
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Massive Hollywood Park Redevelopment Finally Beginning


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With a letter to the state horse racing board asking them not schedule any events there next year, the huge Hollywood Park Tomorrow development plan is officially off and running. The last race at the Inglewood track will be held in December, and then in January work will finally begin on the enormous project to replace the the track with a renovated Hollywood Park casino, shopping center, 300-room hotel, office space, parks, 2,995 residences (mostly single-family houses and townhouses), and two lakes. Several new streets will also need to be built across the 238-acre site. The Daily Breeze says developers are deciding now how to phase the project, and expect to make an announcement on that score over the summer. Hollywood Park Land bought the property in 2005 for $260 million and plans for the overhaul were approved in 2009. Then things went very quiet. Earlier this year we got word that work on the casino would move forward but that plans for the residential units were on hold because of the sluggish housing market.
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Mixed-User With Lots of Tiny Studios Headed to Second in Santa Monica



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Santa Monica will be getting another mixed-user with with 53 apartments if the city council signs off on a proposed development agreement next week. The project, on Second near Arizona, would include 19 one-bedrooms and six two-bedroom units, but more than half of the apartments (28) are studios, the smallest coming in at a rather tiny 424 square feet (they'll average 478 square feet). The ground floor would have two commercial spaces and four studios at the rear of the building. Most units have balconies, and there's also a little roof deck and interior courtyard planned. No parking is required, but the developer is planning to provide 66 subterranean spaces, in addition to secure bike lockers and racks, and short-term bike spaces out front. Because the four-story building would be 13 feet taller than the site is zoned for, the project needs a council-approved development agreement; in return, the developer would make a number of concessions to benefit the community.
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Old May 11th, 2013, 08:34 AM   #584
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Swanky Stella Brings Pricey Apts. and Trendy Food to Del Rey



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Lately when new apartment projects are announced in Santa Monica, developers fall over themselves to promote the traffic-busting benefits of living near a future Expo Line stop. But to lure traffic-haters further south to Del Rey, developers have to take a slightly different approach. At Stella, a shiny new, luxe 244-unit building, the talk is all Walkscore (an excellent 94) and "our building is so awesome you'll never want to leave anyway." (And what's with everyone naming their buildings like children these days?). The development is not quite finished yet, but Ricardo Zarate's latest Peruvian restaurant Paiche has already moved into the ground floor (Zarate is also behind Picca and Mo-Chica), and the resort-y amenities include an outdoor lounge with fire pits and gas grills, an indoor lounge with pool table, saltwater pool and cabanas, spa treatments, yoga room for private lessons, and a 24 hour fitness center.














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Old May 11th, 2013, 06:54 PM   #585
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The thread "which north american city is currently building the most high rise buildings?" under the continental forums notes that, according to SSP, Los Angeles has only 2 highrise (100+ m) under construction. That just doesn't seem right. I know there are many proposals, and "about to break grounds" going on in the city, but off the top of my head the Wilshire Grand, 888 Olive, the tower in Century City, and probably the Vermont Tower are all over 100 meters. Can y'all help me out? I get that Wilshire isn't technically "under construction" but it already broke ground..
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The thread "which north american city is currently building the most high rise buildings?" under the continental forums notes that, according to SSP, Los Angeles has only 2 highrise (100+ m) under construction. That just doesn't seem right. I know there are many proposals, and "about to break grounds" going on in the city, but off the top of my head the Wilshire Grand, 888 Olive, the tower in Century City, and probably the Vermont Tower are all over 100 meters. Can y'all help me out? I get that Wilshire isn't technically "under construction" but it already broke ground..
Here are some projects that may break ground in Century City within the next year or so.

•10000 Santa Monica - 40 floors (fencing + signs are up)
•Century Plaza Hotel Development - 46 floors x 2 (early 2014 scheduled groundbreaking)
•The Westfield tower- 39 floors (delayed?)

As for Downtown projects, besides the Wilshire Grand and 888 Olive, there's no projects over 100m U/C or confirmed to break ground soon. I've been hearing about this 40 story building on Broadway, but I'm not sure of it's status. Onni Group supposedly wants to build 4 more towers, though there's no timeline yet on when they'll get built.
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Thanks for the rundown Pink Floyd. I keep hearing conflicting reports about the floor height of the tallest Vermont Tower U/C, everywhere from 22 to 30 floors. If it is closer to the 30 floor mark, it will likely be 100+ meters as well. Century City is about to explode!
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Thanks for the rundown Pink Floyd. I keep hearing conflicting reports about the floor height of the tallest Vermont Tower U/C, everywhere from 22 to 30 floors. If it is closer to the 30 floor mark, it will likely be 100+ meters as well. Century City is about to explode!
I was under the impression that the taller Vermont tower would be 28 stories. I guess it's not confirmed.

And now this rumor coming in:

Rumor Mill: Hilton Buying Downtown LA Parking Lot for Future South Park Hotel


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An ugly surface parking lot at the SE corner of Olympic and Grand, adjacent to the infamous and now defunct Crash Mansion night club, may have a much brighter future ahead reborn as a potential mixed-use hotel development, improving and activating this anti-pedestrian intersection. Several sources have informed me that the 58,000 square foot lot is currently in escrow and point specifically to Hilton as the purported buyer. The South Park site, located a stone’s throw from LA Live/Staples Center, is definitely hot on the hotel industry radar. In fact, at one point, even Four Seasons was apparently kicking the tires a bit.

“The [parking] lot was closed and there were two rigs drilling away last Thursday [May 2, 2013],” a local source writes in an email. “I have to assume they were doing soil testing. Usually diligence of that matter is done during escrow so Hilton probably hasn’t closed the deal yet.”

Last year, the lot was being heavily marketed for a potential residential or hotel development site. At a floor-to-area ratio (FAR) of 6:1, the parcel is entitled for a high-rise building up to 33 stories with over 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. According to public records, the current 266 parking stalls only generate about $300,000 of annual revenue.

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Aaaaaaaaand the good news keeps on coming. Just received a Notice of Public Hearing for an application for a zoning change in the mail. Here's the Proposed Project:

"The construction of a new 41-story building, consisting of a 36-story residential tower with 300 condominium units, approximately 3,400 square feet of project-serving retail uses, and a parking garage, including five stories above-ground and five stories below-ground, on a portion of a site adjacent to the historic former St. Vibiana's Cathedral and Rectory, which will be used as a commercial assembly space and future catering and restaurant space."

So it looks like the St. Vibiana Tower is coming back from the dead. You heard it here first, folks.

The public hearing is Wednesday, June 5th at 12:30 in Room 1020 of City Hall. I won't be able to attend, but anyone who can, please show up and speak in support of the project. And in support of a good design. Hopefully this is something nice.
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Old May 16th, 2013, 02:37 AM   #589
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Meanwhile, way out in the desert...

Palm Springs Getting Stylish Kimpton Hotel



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The big hotel news just won't quit this week. Yesterday Kimpton officially announced that they would be operating the six-story, 190-room hotel that will be built on the former site of Palm Springs's Desert Fashion Plaza. The new Hotel Palomar will include a "chef-driven, destimation restaurant," meeting and event space, and a rooftop bar and pool, which, somehow, is a first for Palm Springs. Wessman Development is in the midst of demolishing the old shopping center, says the Desert Sun, and the Kimpton is expected to open its doors in 2015. The redevelopment of the 14-acre Fashion Plaza site will eventually also include retail, restaurants, office space, and new streets.




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Old May 17th, 2013, 02:02 AM   #590
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I used to live 3 blocks from the Good Samaritan. City West is going to be a cool area of downtown in the next few years.
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Thanks for the rundown Pink Floyd. I keep hearing conflicting reports about the floor height of the tallest Vermont Tower U/C, everywhere from 22 to 30 floors. If it is closer to the 30 floor mark, it will likely be 100+ meters as well. Century City is about to explode!
Assuming the taller Vermont tower does in fact top out at 28 floors as reported, it's going to be roughly 300 feet/89 meters tall.

The only 100+m building unders construction right now is 888 Olive, which is somewhere around 360 feet tall.

As Mr. Floyd mentioned, Century City has a few buildings targeting 2014 groundbreakings.

The 46 floor Century Plaza Towers start in 2014. The 39 floor Westfield Tower was originally slated to begin work in 2012, but was supposedly delayed until 2014. I vaguely remember reading that the 37 story Century City Center was targeting a 2014/2015 groundbreaking.

10000 Santa Monica may break ground earlier. The developers have been working on getting construction permits since late 2012, which is further along in the process than any of the other high rise proposals in Century City.

For Downtown, Barry Shy is working on a 40 story proposal at 6th/Main which would likely be somewhere between 450-500 feet tall.
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Old May 19th, 2013, 08:48 PM   #592
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I believe the tallest vermont tower will be around 336 feet tall assuming the floor heights are 12 feet tall. but it may be taller since the podium is pretty tall and only consisting of 3 floors.
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The thread "which north american city is currently building the most high rise buildings?" under the continental forums notes that, according to SSP, Los Angeles has only 2 highrise (100+ m) under construction. That just doesn't seem right. I know there are many proposals, and "about to break grounds" going on in the city, but off the top of my head the Wilshire Grand, 888 Olive, the tower in Century City, and probably the Vermont Tower are all over 100 meters. Can y'all help me out? I get that Wilshire isn't technically "under construction" but it already broke ground..
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Pretty big news as this has been proposed for YEARS.

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West Hollywood just approved the Sunset Millennium Project, which includes two ten story hotel towers, a nine story condo tower, and an eight story condo tower. The hotel towers are being designed by SOM, and the residential 'towers' are being designed by LOHA. I took some screenshots from the design PDF. The residential buildings, in particular, look really attractive. Very exciting!

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Hollywood's Emerson Campus Gets Ready to Top Its Square



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It was only two months ago that we last checked in on one of the city's most exciting projects, the Hollywood campus for Boston's Emerson College, designed by local starchitect Thom Mayne and his firm Morphosis. The exterior is quickly getting clad in glass, while the school's name now adorns the top of the 10-story building. Next up will be closing the giant square (that should be interesting). About a hundred students are supposed to move in next spring--hence the rush. When operating at full capacity in fall 2014, the campus--with a groundfloor cafe, terrace, fitness center, lounge, classrooms, screening and mixing rooms, and oodles of parking and bike amenities--will house about 220 students.












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A dreary corner of downtown Long Beach Boulevard, across from St. Mary Medical Center, is getting some action--developer AMCAL Multi-Housing (behind the conversion of Boyle Heights's old Linda Vista Hospital) and Urban Village Development Company recently broke ground on Urban Village, a 129-unit, five-story apartment/retail project. Urban Village will offer dainty studios, one- and two-bedrooms, ranging from 565 to 1,100 square feet, when it's finished in October 2014. Aside from the pool/spa, clubhouse, gym, "edible" garden, interior courtyard, and bike storage, the developers boast of accessibility to the Blue Line light rail, with the Anaheim station only 100 feet away. Even with the transit access, the project includes a five-story parking structure, "which allows residents the convenience of parking on the same floor on which they live."
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West Hollywood's Movietown Plaza Finally Starting Work This Year



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The stalled-then-sold-then-revived mixed-use Movietown Plaza project has gotten all its approvals, and that the city is just waiting on building permit applications. A call to developer Avalon Bay Communities confirms it: Vice President for Development Mark Janda says they are finishing the final designs and will break ground before the end of the year. Downsized a bit from original developer Casden Properties's plan, Avalon Bay is planning to build a maximum 371 apartments (with 77 affordable units set aside for seniors) in a series of buildings, the tallest of which will be seven stories. The development will also have about 26,000 square feet of retail space. But in addition to being the site of a stalled development, Movietown is also home to the only Trader Joe's in the city with a halfway decent parking lot.
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I really like that Movietown Plaza. It has that mid 20th century California look.
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Here's the First Look at Peter Zumthor's Huge LACMA Redesign



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LACMA has given LA Times archicritic Christopher Hawthorne a sneak peek at initial plans to completely overhaul the museum campus--starchitect Peter Zumthor has been working with LACMA head Michael Govan for years and their first proposal will debut at an exhibition opening next week. We already know that Zumthor's plans will wipe out four LACMA buildings--the original 1965 Ahmanson, Hammer, and Bing, and the awful '80s Art of the Americas building--and we know that it'll be inkblotty, taking a visual note from the neighboring La Brea Tar Pits. But now we're finding out what it'll really look like, and it sounds pretty badass:

-- "[A]n undulating building of glass and dark-gray concrete, its single story lifted more than 30 feet into the air atop seven separate legs, each containing a staircase. At its eastern end, the building extends out over one edge of the La Brea Tar Pits."

-- "[T]he new building would reach tentacles to the northwest and northeast and toward the tar pits, while pulling back to accommodate Bruce Goff's Pavilion for Japanese Art."

-- "From certain angles the building's seven legs, which Zumthor calls 'pods' or 'cores,' may give it the look of a huge, lumbering animal pulling itself out of the tar pits, still dripping with oil. But from others the new structure will appear largely transparent, open at ground level and wrapped in glass above."

-- "Zumthor's building would slide right up against the Wilshire Boulevard sidewalk. Pedestrians would be able to walk right under it from the boulevard into or across the museum campus."

-- "Inside, despite the essential flatness of the building, the galleries would fill a variety of spaces, from a sunken room to show LACMA's prized 16th century Ardabil Carpet to rooms for European painting and sculpture with soaring ceilings 30 or 35 feet high. The roof would be almost entirely covered with solar panels."

-- "Zumthor wants each one [of the seven staircases] to be different in scale and character; each will be small enough to allow him to control the way visitors first come into physical contact with his architecture. As Zumthor and Govan now envision the design, each of the staircases will take visitors directly to a gallery holding one of the key artworks in the LACMA collection. One stair might lead to Tony Smith's 'Smoke,' another to the Ardabil Carpet."

-- "The galleries themselves would be largely boxy and rectilinear, playing against the fluidity of the building's container."

-- "A continuous walkway would run along the outside of the building, giving views of the Hollywood Hills and Wilshire Boulevard through floor-to-ceiling glass."

-- "Space along the perimeter walkway, which Zumthor calls a 'circular gallery,' would contain rotating exhibitions. The walkway would pull back from the edge of the building to make room for terraces at certain points, including on the west side of the new building, where a restaurant might include outdoor seating overlooking 'Urban Light' and the rest of the campus."

-- "Seen from above, the design, which the architect has nicknamed 'the Black Flower,' has a liquid, flowing appeal that seems closer in spirit to a building by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer or a collage by the modern artist Jean Arp than to Zumthor's existing architecture."

-- "Perhaps the strongest element of the design is the extent to which it reflects contemporary Los Angeles, a city that Zumthor, on repeated visits to meet with Govan over the last several years, has carefully studied. Like L.A., the proposed building is open and tolerant. It has no single main entrance or front staircase."






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Developer has big plans for dated Macy's Plaza in downtown L.A.

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The dramatic makeover of the 2.4-million-square-foot property is in the hands of Los Angeles developer Wayne Ratkovich, who has made a career of renovating well-known historic properties. He overhauled the former headquarters of aviation titan Howard Hughes near Marina del Rey, as well as the Art Deco-era Wiltern theater and office complex in Koreatown.

"It's larger than anything we have ever done before," Ratkovich said of the Macy's Plaza project, "and a huge amount of responsibility."

In one of the largest Southern California purchases this year, Ratkovich bought Macy's Plaza for $241 million and announced plans for a $160-million transformation. The renovation involves removing the mall's glass atrium roof and ripping out ground-level brick walls to bring stores and restaurants to the adjacent sidewalks.

Ratkovich also plans a sunken, sunlight-filled public plaza — directly connected to a planned subway station — and significant upgrades to the 23-story, 485-room Sheraton hotel.

Construction is expected to begin early next year and be finished in the fall of 2015, when the complex would be renamed the Bloc.


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