Here’s What Happened During Last Month’s Development & Construction

The LA Football Club stadium has begun to take shape. Three separate cranes are working on the entrance structure and the exterior framing. The foundation for the stadium seating has also been poured in half of the arena.

Over at 2nd and Hope St, the Regional Connector station is deep underground. Once the tunnel and track are completed, construction will begin on the two-story station will begin. This is one of the most critically important stops for Downtown LA, as it will bring riders to Bunker Hill. Some of Downtown’s biggest attractions are just steps away, including Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Broad Museum, MoCA, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and Grand Park.

Nearly all of the facade work is finished at Onyx, a brand new 7-story mixed-user at Hope St & Pico St in downtown. This project will add 162 rental units above 13,200 square feet of ground-floor retail space to the South Park neighborhood of DTLA, which is on fire with residential development right now.

After breaking ground 2 years ago, ALMI Marina Del Rey has finally taken formation. The project, which was designed by TCA Architects, consists of multiple five-story buildings on a 10-acre site. In total, AMLI will add 585 residential units with amenities, as well as a small retail space right on the marina.

For more photos of development and construction, head over to my Flickr page.

 

Los Angeles Football Club (Banc of California Stadium)
Developer: LAFC
Architect: Gensler
Los Angeles Football Club Construction

Metro Regional Connector
Builder: Traylor Bros. and Skanska
Designers: Hatch Mott McDonald and Aecom (Formerly URS Corporation)
Los Angeles Regional Connector

Onyx
Developer: Jade Enterprises
Architect: TCA Architects
Onyx DTLA

AMLI Marina Del Rey
Developer: Amli Residential
Architect: TCA Architects
AMLI Marina Del Rey Construction

 

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