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Old Posted Feb 20, 2016, 11:24 PM
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I want to thank JDRCRASH for his contribution to the LA threads over the years. Unfortunately he has become rather busy and the old thread exceeded 700 pages. So with that being said, it is time.

In order to keep it simple and orderly, each project is listed from tallest to shortest in three separate sections: Under Construction, Approved, and Proposed. Some will be listed above others if activity is more frequent and more likely to break ground. I will only include projects that have shown signs of life in the previous 2 years. Anything else will be left out. Feel free to contact me for any corrections or additions.

I provided a link to the old thread here.

Cheers to a new thread, and to the endless expansion of our Downtown



Under Construction - New Construction



Oceanwide Plaza
49 Stories - Mixed-Use (677') - 183 Hotel Units/164 Condo Units
40 Stories - Residential (530') - 170 Condo Units
40 Stories - Residential (530') - 170 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Metropolis
Phase I
18 Stories - Hotel (271') - 350 Hotel Units
38 Stories - Residential (442') - 308 Condo Units

Phase II
40 Stories - Residential (451') - 525 Condo Units
56 Stories - Residential (647') - 725 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Greenland USA - Source: Brigham Yen)


820 Olive St.
50 Stories - Residential (637') - 583 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1212 Flower St.
40 Stories - Residential (529') - 420 Condo Units
31 Stories - Residential (421') - 310 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1120 Grand Ave.
37 Stories - Residential (425') - 512 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: AECOM - Source: Mack Urban)


Circa/1200 S. Figueroa
36 Stories - Residential (406') - 324 Condo Units
36 Stories - Residential (406') - 324 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Perla
35 Stories - Residential (367') - 450 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


888 S. Hope
34 Stories - Residential (330') - 526 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Brigham Yen - Source: RTKL architects)


1133 S. Hope
28 Stories - Residential (330') - 200 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Apex Phase III
28 Stories - Residential (312') - 341 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA - Source: Gensler)


5-OH
24 Stories - Residential (255') - 348 Rental Units
7 Stories - Residential (???') - 312 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


732 S. Spring St.
24 Stories - Residential (240') - 320 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA - Source: Holland Partner Group/MVE Architects)


755 S. Spring St.
24 Stories - Residential (240') - 308 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: LA Curbed)


Broadway Palace
Phase I
6 Stories - Residential (???') - 240 Rental Units

Phase II
10 Stories - Residential (123') - 439 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Onyx
Phase I
7 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 162 Rental Units

Phase II
7 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 162 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


The Project at Pico
7 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 181 Rental Units
7 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 181 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1249 S. Grand Ave.
7 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 112 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Breeneng)


11th & Hill
7 Stories - Residential (???') - 177 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)

12th & Broadway
7 Stories - Residential (???') - 214 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1400 S. Figueroa
7 Stories - Residential (???') - 106 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Topaz
7 Stories - Residential (???') - 159 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: LA Downtown News)


1001 S. Olive St.
6 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 201 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: LA Downtown News)



Approved - New Construction



1020 S. Figueroa St.
Phase I
29 Stories - Residential (430') - 300 Hotel Units

Phase II
49 Stories - Residential (540') - 435 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


4th & Hill
33 Stories - Residential (410') - 428 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


7th & Maple
33 Stories - Residential (370') - 452 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Hill Tower Lofts
33 Stories - Residential (340') - 239 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Brigham Yen - Source: David Takacs Architecture)


Alexan
26 Stories - Residential (320') - 305 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


The Broadway Lofts
15 Stories - Residential (165') - 163 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Brigham Yen - Source: David Takacs Architecture)



Proposed - New Construction



925 S. Figueroa St.
66 Stories - Mixed-Use (975') - 200 Condo Units/220 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Olympia Towers
65 Stories - Residential (853')
53 Stories - Residential (653') - 1367 Total Rental/Condo Units
43 Stories - Residential (550')


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Olympic Tower
57 Stories - Mixed-Use (740') - 374 Rental Units/373 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


5th & Hill
57 Stories - Mixed-Use (740') - 100 Condo Units/200 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


6AM
58 Stories - Mixed-Use (732') - 1305 Total Rental Units/431 Condo Units/412 Hotel Units
58 Stories - Mixed-Use (710') -


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Times Mirror Square
53 Stories - Residential (655') - 1126 Total Rental/Condo Units
37 Stories - Residential (465')


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


City Lights
53 Stories - Hotel (723') - 1024 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Figueroa & Venice Tower
52 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 300 Rental/250 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


1000 S. Hill St.
48 Stories - Residential (647') - 498 Condo/Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Fig+Pico
42 Stories - Hotel (529') - 820 Hotel Units
25 Stories - Hotel (326') - 342 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


754 Hope
40 Stories - Residential (499') - 409 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


8th & Figueroa
42 Stories - Residential (489') - 436 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Grand Avenue Project
39 Stories - Residential (???') - 450 Condo Units
20 Stories - Hotel (???') - 300 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


SB Omega
38 Stories - Residential (390") - 452 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Brigham Yen - Source: David Takacs Architecture)


1201 S. Grand St.
37 Stories - Residential (???') - 126 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: LA Times - Source: Architecture by Keating)


222 W. 2nd St
30 Stories - Residential (450') - 107 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Little Tokyo Galleria
34 Stories - Residential (???') - 994 Total Rental Units
30 Stories - Residential (???')
15 Stories - Residential (???')
10 Stories - Residential (???')


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


670 Mesquit
30 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 250 Rental Units/??? Hotel Units
30 Stories - Mixed-Use (???') - 250 Rental Units/??? Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


845 Olive
29 Stories - Residential (350') - 205 Rental Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Spring St. Hotel
28 Stories - Hotel (338') - 176 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


12th & Grand
24 Stories - Residential (???') - 161 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Steinberg)


Cambria Hotel
18 Stories - Hotel (206') - 247 Hotel Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA)


Weingart Center
14 Stories - Residential (???')


(Photo Credit: LA Downtown News - Source: Weingart Center)


1155 Olive Ave.
12 Stories - Residential (142') - 154 Condo Units


(Photo Credit: Urbanize.LA - Source: Mack Urban)



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Red = U/C
Green = Proposed/Approved
Blue = Recently Completed
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Nice!!

Here is the skyline as it is today - extremely different from how it will be in 2 years time.
Downtown Los Angeles by Hunter, on Flickr

And here is my personal list, which I will keep updating and re-uploading.

Current as of March 21st 2017:

DTLA Towers Under Construction by Hunter, on Flickr

2012-2018 Downtown LA Cycle (Proposed Towers) by Hunter, on Flickr
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Welp.... it will be 2 years next month since the start of this new thread. Let’s look at where we’ve come

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Nice!!

Here is the skyline as it is today - extremely different from how it will be in 2 years time.
Downtown Los Angeles by Hunter, on Flickr

And here is my personal list, which I will keep updating and re-uploading.

Current as of March 21st 2017:

DTLA Towers Under Construction by Hunter, on Flickr

2012-2018 Downtown LA Cycle (Proposed Towers) by Hunter, on Flickr
So we’ve literally built everything from the top table. All of the proposals are completed or under construction from the start of this cycle in the table. It’s time we hear about these coming projects and possible start/completion dates. Need more word from the likes of Onni on its 2 projects, Olympia, Shenzhen hazen. Updates on groundbreaking’s anyone??
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Welp.... it will be 2 years next month since the start of this new thread. Let’s look at where we’ve come



So we’ve literally built everything from the top table. All of the proposals are completed or under construction from the start of this cycle in the table. It’s time we hear about these coming projects and possible start/completion dates. Need more word from the likes of Onni on its 2 projects, Olympia, Shenzhen hazen. Updates on groundbreaking’s anyone??
Yup, amazing changes! We should hopefully see some groundbreakings by mid year to year end. Im thinking Cambria Hotel (its fenced off), Shenzen, Grand Ave, possibly fig and pico and 11th and Olive?
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This was a terrible choice. The hut sits next door to the Central Market in Downtown in a paid parking lot. That should have been my first warning. The tables were dirty...extremely dirty. They seemed to have regulars but since we weren't regulars we ended up waiting 20 minutes and at that point I had to leave so I requested a refund. An aggressive homeless man was dipping in and out of the dining area. The owner was rude . Terrible customer service.

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Welp.... it will be 2 years next month since the start of this new thread. Let’s look at where we’ve come



So we’ve literally built everything from the top table. All of the proposals are completed or under construction from the start of this cycle in the table. It’s time we hear about these coming projects and possible start/completion dates. Need more word from the likes of Onni on its 2 projects, Olympia, Shenzhen hazen. Updates on groundbreaking’s anyone??
I’m a little surprised that we haven’t seen a groundbreaking from Cambria and I would expect Shenzhen to happen any week. Maybe both will happen after the all star game. I don’t know what they have at all star games, but maybe someone rented the lots for parking and/or “fan experience” activities.
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Nice!!

Here is the skyline as it is today - extremely different from how it will be in 2 years time.
Downtown Los Angeles by Hunter, on Flickr
This is 3-4 years ago folks......Now this should prove what just 3-4 years can do for a skyline. Anybody have a current photo from the same vantage point?
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Its astonishing to see how far the city has come in the last decade, let alone the last five years.
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This is 3-4 years ago folks......Now this should prove what just 3-4 years can do for a skyline. Anybody have a current photo from the same vantage point?
The top is 2015 and the bottom is estimated to be from June 2019 so almost half a year ago... Albeit the bottom vantage used a telescopic lens as the mountains are much bigger relatively, so skyline looks denser but you can still see the growth. It grown a lot more than I thought wow, and there's even more cranes now.

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This is 3-4 years ago folks......Now this should prove what just 3-4 years can do for a skyline. Anybody have a current photo from the same vantage point?
I took a pic on Thanksgiving Day of roughly the same location.



https://www.flickr.com/photos/136978...4/49225805987/

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I took a pic on Thanksgiving Day of roughly the same location.



https://www.flickr.com/photos/136978...4/49225805987/
The Vancouver style architecture is starting to make it's presence known.
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The Vancouver style architecture is starting to make it's presence known.
It's more of a Chinese architecture as many Chinese firms built in Vancouver but yes those 3 buildings near Staples are the Oceanwide project, they are Chinese owned. And it has uncanny resemblance to many high rises in Vancouver and Chinese cities.

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I took a pic on Thanksgiving Day of roughly the same location.



https://www.flickr.com/photos/136978...4/49225805987/
Thanks for that
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Good job! Thank you Mojeda101.

That's all we wanted.

I might use this post for my own overview and keep you updated.
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Are we including the City West projects or nah?
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Are we including the City West projects or nah?
I took them out but we can if you guys consider it Downtown.
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I took them out but we can if you guys consider it Downtown.
In my opinion I would just cause many include it in the official DTLA boundaries. GJ btw
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