Hudson Pacific Properties reveals plan for historic Maxwell Coffee Building

In classic Arts District fashion, the 1920s building will be renovated

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 19, 2017 10:00 AM
Renderings of 405 Mateo Street with HPP executive Victor Coleman (HPP)

New renderings reveal Hudson Pacific Properties plans to reactive the 1924 Maxwell Coffee Building at 405 Mateo Street. The redevelopment will have upwards of 56,000 square feet of creative office space, Urbanize reported.

Historical architectural features such as wood-stamped concrete ceilings and a brick façade will remain.

The Arts District neighborhood is no stranger to adaptive reuse projects. Carmel Partners is planning a 13-story tower. Italian developer Est4te Four plans to add five stories to the Challenge Cream and Butter Co. building in the area.

Hudson Pacific Properties recently began construction on the eight-story structure at 1003 E. 4th Place, designed by Architects Orange. The company is wrapping up construction at its 4th & Traction development, which includes a three-story building at the former Coca-Cola Building in the Arts District. [Urbanize] – Natalie Hoberman


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