February 2, 2016
2016 is promising to be an exciting year for the LA Fashion District with numerous construction projects expected to be completed by the end of the year.
- Broadway & Olympic Condos
Barry Shy is developing a 15-story condominium next to Ace Hotel and across from the two-building GH Palmer Project (Broadway Palace). The mixed-use project will bring 163 residential units to the Fashion District. It is located at 955 S Broadway.
- City Market South
Phase I of the 20-year City Market project is expected to open in late Spring 2016. City Market South, as it is being called, will feature a number of restaurants and bars including the much-anticipated Vietnamese favorite Slanted Door. The project is located between San Pedro and San Julian Streets from 11th to 12th Streets.
- Downtown Executive Complex
Renovation is underway at the 4-story building on the corner of 12th and Santee Streets. Formerly “Santee Center”, the Downtown Executive Complex will feature executive office space and high-end retail. The project is located at 221 E 12th. St.
- Grether & Grether Lofts
Located at 730 S Santee St., the Grether & Grether Building will boast 72 live-work lofts and 11,500 square feet of retail space. It is slated for completion in early 2016.
- Hoxton Hotel
British hotel operator Hoxton plans to transform historic building on 11th and Broadway. The vacant property was once the headquarters for Henry Huntington’s Los Angeles railway (Yellow Cars). No details have been given yet, but it is speculated the project will break ground in 2016.
- Maxfield Building
Capital Foresight’s second adaptive-reuse project in the Fashion District is expected to open in early 2016. The 12-story project will bring 96 live-work lofts to the area. The project is located at 819 S Santee St. Capital Foresight’s first Fashion District project, Garment Lofts, opened in 2015.
- Spring Street Towers
The Holland Partner Group is adding 320 residential units to the area with a 24-story tower at 8th and Spring Streets. The project is located at 737 S Spring St.