Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, Metropolis represents the new vision of urban lifestyle. Just moments from the citys most storied destinations including LA Live, the Nokia Theater, and an endless array of top restaurants, The Metropolis will become an important part of the new Downtown landscape. Indulge in a home that encompasses all that Los Angeles has to offer.
Eastern Columbia Lofts
The Eastern Columbia Building, also known as the Eastern Columbia Lofts, is a thirteen-story Claud Beelman designed Art Deco building located at 849 S. Broadway in the Broadway Theater District of Downtown Los Angeles.
Market Lofts in Downtown Los Angeles, built in 2007, where you can liberate yourself from the inefficiencies in your life. Be close to work, play and all the vital elements in your life. Come to Market Lofts and liberate the real you.
1100 Wilshire Lofts
1100 Wilshire is a 37-storey, 151.18 m (496.0 ft) residential skyscraper completed in 1987 in Los Angeles, California. It is the 24th tallest building in the city, the 2nd tallest residential building in the entire Southern California region, and the 4th tallest residential building in the state of California.
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Timelapse taken all over Los Angeles in a day Los Angeles: in motion from Michael Marantz
The Playboy Mansion, situated on 5 acres in Los Angeles’ Holmby Hills, hit the market Monday for $200 million. With a catch. Hefner, the founder of Playboy Enterprises who has lived in the home for four decades, doesn’t want to move out. His continued residence there even after the property sells is a condition of the sale, says[…]
Olympic Tower – that the project would consist of a high-rise structure featuring 374 residential units, a 373-key hotel, approximately 33,500 square feet of commercial office space, a 10,800-square-foot conference center and over 65,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. The building’s exterior would include a structural grid pattern, with facade patterns consistent with those[…]
Video showcases the RTKL-designed development’s two-level retail galleria, which will span the majority of the 4.6-acre property at 1101 S. Flower Street. Plans also call for a series pedestrian paseos between Figueroa and Flower Streets, as well as a 37,000-square-foot open-air deck atop the retail space. Additionally, a 32,000-square-foot LED ribbon – reportedly the largest[…]
Watch this amazing drone video of Los Angeles in 2015. Shot over several months by filmmaker/drone-flyer Ian Wood (whose previous drone video toured the hard-to-see but beautiful views of DTLA), the short film takes viewers on a tour of more than 100 Los Angeles locations.
DTLA Street Futures from Karl Baumann. This video is an exploration, a conversation starter about the future of streets in LA. It’s indicative of a desire for a different experience of the city. An experience driven by two wheels rather than four. A design driven by very real issues of sustainability, livability, and affordability.
After a year-and-a-half of speculation, we have finally learned what developer Ben Neman is planning for the infamous Downtown Car Wash property. Yesterday, the prominent Downtown landlord filed plans with the City of Los Angeles to construct a mixed-use complex on the .83-acre site at the northwest corner of Olympic Boulevard and Figueroa Street. According[…]
Playa Jefferson, the Westside office complex which hosts blue chip tenants such as engineering firm Arup and advertising agency Omnicom, is adding new space. According to permit filings from the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, landlord Vantage Property Investors is planning to add a fifth building to the low-rise campus at 12777 W.[…]
Get ready for more Downtown construction. Tom Warren, COO of Southern California development for the prolific developer Holland Partner Group, said work will begin in the next few weeks on a 24-story tower at Eighth and Spring streets. The 320-apartment complex designed by Irvine-based architecture firm MVE & Partners will have an eclectic façade, melding[…]
In October, Downtown Dance & Movement began offering an assortment of ballet, tap, tango and other classes in a 7,800-square-foot space at 12th and Hope streets in South Park. Classes are currently offered seven days a week, and formal grand opening ceremonies will take place Dec. 4-5. Source: LA Downtown News