Panoptic Development, LLC has unveiled renderings for its development rising in South Pasadena, located at 191 Monterey Rd.Read More
DTLA - The stock market is bouncing like crazy and there are rising concerns that the economy is slowing, but in Downtown Los Angeles, the development boom continues.Read More
The first step into a posh new apartment building near Marina del Rey feels like a mistake. There’s no lobby — instead the door opens to a lounge and kitchen.
The idea is to encourage mingling, which is part of the appeal of a building where tenants have their own bedrooms but share common areas with people they don’t know.Read More
The company said last Monday that it has sold its iconic Television City headquarters, and active sound stages, near Farmers Market and The Grove for $750 million to Los Angeles-based real estate developer Hackman Capital Partners.Read More
Billionaire investors Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner have found a buyer for Landmark Theatres, the nation’s largest owner of art-house cinemas.Read More
“Holodeck provides us with the ability to separate, view, and interact with portions of a model—be it building systems, elements of the building, etc.—equivalent to orthographic projection designers typically refer to as an “exploded axonometric,”Read More
The property is in prime position for a hotel makeover. It lies near the intersection of Century Boulevard and Route 1 at the end of a string of airport parking lots and hotels along Century Boulevard.Read More
Both sites are featuring a two-level subterranean semi-automated puzzle shift parking system developed by CityLift…Using this kind of parking system allows Markwood to build more units, maximize the site and be cost-effective.
“Our work is a celebration of the areas we’re working in,” asserts Timme. “It’s meant to be provocative and to call attention to territory that has previously been ignored or neglected.” Los Angeles might be distracted by its shiny new toys, but LA-Más remains laser focused on fixing the city’s chronic ailments, one intervention at a time.Read More
A sports facility on the site includes a basketball court, a gym, two tennis courts and a boxing ring. There is a glass gallery overlooking the space as well as a sports bar and an outdoor lounging area. The facility also has an 155-foot-long infinity pool overlooking the surrounding canyons.Read More
What was once maligned for its association with British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and American president Ronald Reagan, vilified for its crass commercialism, and written off as the cultural embodiment of everything that was wrong with 1980s, is now, remarkably, undergoing a critical reassessment.Read More
The plan calls for adding as much as 350,000 square feet to the South Figueroa Street center, giving it more than 1.2 million square feet of space, including 250,000 square feet of meeting rooms.Read More
If this year has taught us anything, it is to think big — to go after something unreachable. We have the confidence to look up to the stars, and the guts to realize our dreams.Read More