Camden re-files plans for mixed-use project in Arts District

Los Angeles /
Apr.April 28, 2017 12:04 PM

After putting it on hold for a couple years, Houston-based developer Camden USA re-filed plans for a mixed-use project in the Arts District with the city Thursday.

The new plan calls for 344 live-work units and 29,544 square feet of commercial space at the intersection of Alameda Street and Industrial Street.

Camden first proposed the project in 2014, Curbed reported. The original version had 16 additional units, but only about a third of the now-proposed commercial space.

The development is being designed by Los Angeles-based Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects.

The project is one of several planned on adjacent streets, including a 475-unit residential project by developer Mark Janda and the Row. [Curbed]Subrina Hudson


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