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Old July 4th, 2013, 12:01 PM   #621
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LA Times article regarding the LA Central pending sale. Most important part is the last sentence, bold for emphasis...

Lot near Staples Center attracting bidders
The 4.6-acre site at the southeast corner of 11th and Figueroa streets has been approved for a high-end mixed-use complex called Fig Central.

July 4, 2013
A sprawling parking lot across the street from Staples Center and L.A. Live is up for sale and drawing bidders eager for a prime piece of downtown Los Angeles real estate.

The 4.6-acre site at the southeast corner of 11th and Figueroa streets has been approved for a high-end mixed-use complex called Fig Central.

Moinian Group bought the property from Staples owner Anschutz Entertainment Group about seven years ago when L.A. Live was under construction.

At the time, New York-based Moinian, one of the country's largest privately held real estate firms, paid $80 million for the lot.

"We have a broad range of interest in the property, including Asian, Middle Eastern and U.S.-based developers of major infill mixed-use developments," said broker David Hasbrouck of Cushman & Wakefield, who is representing Moinian in the sale.

Potential buyers "are inquiring about the property on a daily basis," he said. But he declined to reveal the asking price.

A buyer should be selected and the sale should be finalized by fall, Hasbrouck said.

"It is considered to be the premier development site currently available in the greater Los Angeles area," Hasbrouck said. "It is also located in the South Park district of downtown Los Angeles, which has been the hottest area for full spectrum multi-family and luxury condominium projects in the last five years."

In 2006, Moinian Group said it would build two residential towers that had three types of units: lofts that could include condominiums, penthouses and live-work units that could house small businesses. A specialty grocery store, health club, retail space and restaurants were planned to take up about 250,000 square feet of the property at street level.

The city approved that plan for the mixed-use development on the site, but nothing was built. Hasbrouck said the land will "absolutely" be developed into a mixed-use property that will bring even more residential units to the area.

A website for the Fig Central project includes plans for two towers. The north tower plan has 51 stories, rises 575 feet and includes hotel and residential space. The hotel would have 500 rooms. The second tower is designed to have 37 stories devoted to residential space.

The new buyer may somewhat alter the current design plans, but John Eichler, executive director of Cushman & Wakefield, said he doesn't expect significant changes to be made.

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From Gangstas...to Paradise?

See Less "Scary," More Airy Look For Del Amo Fashion Center



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Mall makeovers are sweeping the Southland--they're going on at the Glendale Galleria, the Americana at Brand, and maybe even one day at the Beverly Center--and now the owners of Torrance's Del Amo Fashion Center have released their plans, which include the demolition and rebuilding of the mall's entire north end. Del Amo is the second busiest mall in the US. Hollywood-based 5+design is working on the transformation, which starts with an overhaul of the food court: it'll be relocated to the area that crosses Carson Street and will get an increased capacity, living walls, new restrooms, and new restaurants, reports the Daily Breeze. The northern end of the mall will go from "scary" to "clean, crisp, simple and tasteful." It could also be separated from the southern portion, which may be renamed Market Square (that part isn't having any work done just yet). Maybe most excitingly, the monolith will get some new landscaping "in an effort to 'unify' the sprawling property." Work has already started on the food court; the rest of the mall begins construction in February and is expected to be ready in fall 2015.
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Old July 10th, 2013, 11:42 AM   #623
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The Academy's Motion Picture Museum and the Purple Line subway extension both start construction prep work in Miracle Mile soon, and now comes word from Park La Brea News that a new office tower is likely going up in the area too. Developer JH Snyder, which owns the Museum Square office/retail project on Wilshire, is planning a 13-story, 254,000-square-foot building facing Curson Avenue and tucked behind the Square's restaurants. It will replace a surface parking lot and add two levels to an adjacent garage, adding 550 spots. The community seems pleased with the project, though a local homeowners' group president mentions there are concerns over the gassy ground (methane explosions!) and over the intersection of Wilshire and Curson sinking into the earth, though one would assume that if a subway can be built in this area, an office building can be too. Work should start in a year and take between 12 and 18 months.
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Old July 15th, 2013, 01:26 AM   #624
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Rem Koolhaas Designing Huge Multi-Use Project in SaMo


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Big news out of Santa Monica today: Rem Koolhaas's firm OMA is one big step closer to building its first big LA project. According to the Santa Monica Daily Press, a committee has picked OMA's design for a huge mixed-use project--to be developed by Metropolitan Pacific Capital, DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, and Clarett West Developers--for the "opportunity site" at Fourth Street and Arizona in downtown Santa Monica, and will be recommending that the city council vote in August to start negotiations with the firm. The proposed Plaza at Santa Monica would be more than 400,000 square feet and stretch to 148 feet (12 stories). It would include "a 225-room boutique hotel, restaurants, shops and a marketplace as well as cultural areas for both children and adults." The plans also call for a central space that can be used as a performance venue, water feature, or winter ice-skating rink. The team says it would require a $330-million investment, and they'd pay the city $1.3 million in ground rent per year.

The panel chose the MPC/OMA proposal over two competing visions for its "compelling design," variety of "businesses and entities" included, connection to the rest of downtown Santa Monica, the community outreach process, and its plethora of parking: 1,220 spots, including 580 available to the general public. The Forest City Development proposal (designed by Robert AM Stern with Brooks + Scarpa) called for the least amount of parking and the panel "questioned the architectural design." Related California's proposal (designed by Koning Eizenberg, Rios Clementi Hale, and RTKL) was higher and denser, and included affordable housing units, which the others did not.

If the Santa Monica City Council votes to move the project forward, a development agreement could be initiated at the start of next year. John Warfel of MPC expects that the plans will change as the community starts feeding back. Affordable housing units could be added, and the height may need to come down to 13 feet to comply with the proposed new height limit for downtown Santa Monica.
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The BW Nears The Finish Line In Brentwood



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The almost-finished the bw apartment building has already livened up that area where Brentwood and West LA meet--the northeast corner of Wilshire and Barrington was once the proposed site of a 28-story tower, but the project was severely shrunken down post-recession. Now an eight-story mixed-user with about 78 units, the bw is like Tom Cruise: a tad squat, but certainly handsome. Living this centrally-located--for the Westside--will cost ya: one-bedrooms start at $2,925 and two-bedrooms begin at $3,849.




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Old July 18th, 2013, 11:15 PM   #626
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Mixed-Use Apartments Proposed For Busy Fairfax Intersection
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Next week, the Mid-City West Neighborhood Council's land use committee will weigh plans for up to 150 apartments and 4,000 square feet of groundfloor retail at the intersection of Fairfax and San Vicente. The site is currently owned by Shalhevet, a small Jewish high school, which also owns the property north of the proposed building location, up to the recently-shuttered Tom Bergin's. According to Park La Brea News, under the plan, Shalhevet would demolish their current facility and move into a building on the southern portion of the property while a new school building is constructed on the northern part. Once the school moves, developer Alliance Residential (which just opened The Hesby in North Hollywood), would get to work on its proposed mixed-user. Their plans include a mix of one- and two-story units with the retail near the San Vicente/Fairfax intersection. There is no affordable housing planned, but there is talk of traffic-improving measures like a bus turnout lane. If all is approved, work could start later this year.
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Here's the Fast and Furious New Look For the Petersen Museum



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Add the Petersen Automotive Museum to the list of Museum Row institutions planning major makeovers, inside and out. The final plans won't be unveiled for another month, but here's an early sketch of the facade from Kohn Pedersen Fox, which shows the building encased in a series of stainless steel ribbons "meant to evoke Art Deco themes," according to the LA Times. If they're trying to make it look more obviously like a car museum, we're not sure they've succeeded, but ok. Inside, the galleries and displays will be updated to provide an "immersive museum experience," in the first major update to the building since the museum opened 19 years ago.
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Rem Koolhaas Finally Lands In LA



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ast week, Santa Monica dropped major news that they'd hired starchitect Rem Koolhaas and his firm OMA to design its first major project in Los Angeles--a huge multi-use development on a site at Fourth and Arizona. Now OMA (working with Van Tilburg, Banvard & Soderbergh and landscape architects OLIN) has revealed these juicy renderings of the design, which the selection panel said "delivers iconic architecture from all elevations, as well as a highly flexible interior space design that could most easily accommodate potential design modifications." And yoga. The design will definitely accommodate yoga.








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Old July 24th, 2013, 05:34 AM   #629
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New Plans For a Bike Path Along All 51 Miles of the LA River

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The LA River is on fire lately--a recreation zone open for all manner of fun, a a new pedestrian bridge in the works, plans to rip out the concrete and restore 11 miles of the river, and, you know, sometimes there are actual flames, too. Now add Greenway 2020 to the list. It's a plan, launched today, to create a continuous greenway and bike path along all 51 miles of the LA River by the end of the decade. According to today's announcement, the Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation--a public private partnership--will improve the existing 26 miles of riverside paths and work to turn the remaining 25 miles of publicly-owned land into "pedestrian and bike-friendly paths with bike shops, kayak rentals, and eateries along the way." And though it only launched today, Greenway 2020 is already counting the La Kretz Crossing pedestrian bridge and NBCUniversal's $13-million contribution to the bike path as early victories. If the plan is successful, the greenway would ultimately stretch from the western San Fernando Valley to all the way to Long Beach.
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This is Pretty Much the Look of Huge Capitol Records Towers


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We have a bit more information on the just-approved Millennium Hollywood project and its 35- and 39-story towers, set to flank the Capitol Records Building. This might be a good news/bad news situation. On the positive side, the developer has released details of some of the community benefits that they've agreed to provide:

-- $50,000 going to a new skate park somewhere in Hollywood.
-- A public observation deck on top of the hotel building at Ivar and Yucca.
-- $4.8 million towards two affordable housing projects in Council District 13 (Mitch O'Farrell's district, which includes Hollywood).
-- A "transit demand management" program that includes "subsidized Metro passes, monthly parking for Metro commuters, daily discounted parking for commuters, shared vehicle parking, circulation shuttle, parking tracking services."

But then there's also one of the majorly weird things about this project: the developers have never actually said exactly what it is that they plan to build, and that didn't seem to slow the approvals process down. They were able to present "conceptual" plans and get approvals to build up to a certain density with a certain amount of square footage dedicated to particular uses (e.g. hotel, gym, etc.). But it turns out the latest rendering (what you see up top) is actually pretty close to what will be built. A rep for the developer says this will still be refined, but don't expect any massive changes. For those of you hoping to be wowed by a new design, you're outta luck.

To recap: Millennium Hollywood will have more than a million square feet of residential, hotel, retail, restaurant, office, and sports club space in two towers designed by Gary Handel Architects and Roschen Van Cleve Architects. Roughly 22 percent of the nearly 4.5-acre site will be open space. Assuming the remaining seismic tests all check out, Millennium says they'll start construction on phase one of the project (the hotel tower at Yucca and Ivar) in about a year. It should take 30 months to complete.
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Old July 26th, 2013, 03:42 AM   #631
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Hollywood Palladium Getting Two 28-Story Mixed-Use Towers



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The developers behind the proposed Hollywood Palladium Residences project near Sunset and Vine are trying hard not to get lumped together with the nearby and very controversial Millennium Hollywood project by the Capitol Records Building. The former project calls for two 28-story towers surrounding the 1940 streamline moderne Palladium theater, while the latter would build 35- and 39-story towers (it's been plagued by opposition, but was just approved by the city). Palladium developer Crescent Heights tells Park La Brea News that their project is near a public transportation hub--though it's about the same distance from the Hollywood/Vine subway stop as Millennium--and will incorporate 13,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail, as opposed to "destination retail."

The developers say they'll bring in things like pharmacies and dry cleaners, so residents don't have to drive for their errands, instead of fancier shops that would attract those pesky cars from other parts of the city. The project could either include a hotel component, which would bring the amount of residential units to 598; without the hotel, expect about 730 apartments. Local NIMBYs are already gathering force, though the project has many more reports and meetings to go through before getting to its first approvals with the Planning Commission.
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4 Big Residential Towers Planned For Downtown



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Downtown developer Barry Shy (of the SB buildings) is building in bulk--he's got four new residential projects he expects to break ground on next year. Altogether the three new buildings and one adaptive reuse project will nearly double the number of units Shy controls Downtown, bringing the total up to 2,350 apartments. Downtown News has the lowdown on the developments, which should delight those starting to fear for our increasingly stumpy Downtown:

-- SB Omega at 601 South Main Street will be a 40-story, 500-unit tower built on a Historic Core parking lot. At one point it was hoped the project would break ground this past spring, but it didn't.

-- The 12-story garment building at 939 South Broadway (just south of the forthcoming Ace Hotel) will be converted into a 150-unit apartment building.

-- There are 250 units planned for the parking lot at Broadway and Olympic--the building will top out at 20 stories along Olympic Boulevard and 13 on Broadway.

-- And 250 more units in a 20- or 21-story tower at 916 South Hill Street, which is currently--you guessed it--a parking lot.

That's three projects planned for north South Park (think that'll catch on?), which Shy says is Downtown's next hotspot, thanks in part to its large number of parking lots prime for the picking. And with the planned Broadway streetcar, the hotly-anticipated Ace Hotel, and a whole bunch of new development (Geoff Palmer's got something going, Onni Group's building a 32-story tower, and there's a mid-rise mixed-user from the Hanover Company), the neighborhood's in for a radical transformation. Shy says he expects to have final plans and permits in the next 8 to 12 months.

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Chinese developer buys LA site for $1b project

Shanghai's Greenland Holdings Group acquired a site in downtown Los Angeles from a California teachers' pension fund on Friday to build a $1 billion project that will include a hotel, office units and residences.

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DTLA's Metropolis Site Sells For $1B, Works Starts This Year



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Take this as a good sign for the Downtown market: the giant, 275,450-square-foot Metropolis site that hugs LA Live and the 110, went on the market in March and has already been snapped up and for $1 billion, Bloomberg reports. A state-owned Chinese developer named Shanghai Greenland bought the parcel-- and preliminary approvals for 1.65 million square feet of hotels, condos, offices, and retail--from the California State Teachers' Retirement System and is investing a total of $1 billion in the project. "We are extending the China market abroad, and we prioritize our investment to countries where Chinese immigrants, students and tourists like the most," Zhang Yuliang, chairman of Shanghai Greenland, said in the statement. The company says that, somehow, construction will start this year on the project--whatever it may be.

The Metropolis parcel is between Eighth and Ninth Streets, north of LA Live, and has been a proposed development site since the late eighties. It's not clear what the Chinese company has in mind (the renderings are placeholders), but it will likely be a development with several buildings.
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Hollywood Mini-Tower 1601 Vine Will Start Work in 2014

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Since the turn of the decade, the city has been trying to get an office building constructed at 1601 Vine, at Selma, just south of Hollywood Boulevard. The original plan was mired in controversy--the now-dead Community Redevelopment Agency bought the property from a developer for $5.45 million and sold it back for $825,000. So, even after Molly's Burgers, a snack shack that operated on the parcel, got $1 million to vacate, nothing happened--there's now, in this prime Hollywood location, the shuttered burger stand, a closed locksmith shack, surface parking, and homeless people. But something's happening! A memo from the CRA's successor agency, linked on SkyscraperPage, indicates that prolific developer JH Snyder is taking over the development. According to the document, construction must begin by April 2014; Snyder says it can do that. What's coming: an eight-story office building with entertainment-minded clients, 2,000 square feet of groundfloor retail, and five levels of underground parking, which seems excessive, since the subway is a block away.
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Medallion 2.0: Four New Towers Slated to Break Ground in 2015 in Downtown LA



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Medallion 2.0 will be the second phase for Medallion owner and developer Saeed Farkhondehpour. However, because the downtown momentum has been steadily increasing over the last few years (downtown is actually becoming a 24-7 livable community, for instance), Medallion 2.0 will be larger and more audacious than even the first phase. Instead of only 96 apartments in two six-story buildings, the new project may include up to 400 units in four separate 13-story towers designed by Downtown LA-based Kevin Tsai Architecture.

Not only would 400 new units (built to condo specs) add a substantial injection of energy to 3rd and Main, activating what is now a dead and derelict corner, the complex would include 28,000 square feet of retail space fronting both Main and 3rd Street, a 24,000 square foot theater (Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is still in lease negotiations), a potential small boutique hotel, a 25,000 square foot public green space, and a new 5-level parking structure with 10,000 square feet of retail fronting Los Angeles St.

One of the most interesting design features of Medallion 2.0 is a diagonal sky bridge that links all four towers together by “cutting through” the 10th floor. This has symbolic meaning to Tsai, who views the towers as an “urban community” akin to the flavor of Asian cities like Hong Kong. The 10th floor will be the amenity level with the community room, fitness center, and a pool allowing residents to mingle, and essentially, form a sense of community within the urban center.

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Wow, at first sight I thought it was designed by Steven Holl! What a cool project!
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