New renderings show $215M Aliso project in Arts District

The mixed-use development is one of the largest under construction in the area

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Dec.December 05, 2017 11:00 AM
Rendering of Aliso in the Arts District (Credit: Fairfield Residential)

Developers Fairfield Residential and Legendary Development released renderings of their new mixed-use complex, Aliso, at 950 E. 3rd Street in the Arts District, Urbanize reported.

The images depict the $215 million project, which will contain several five- and six-story buildings rising 13 to 20 feet. A total of 472 apartments will stand above nearly 23,500 square feet of ground-floor retail or restaurant space. Other amenities include an outdoor art gallery, pedestrian walkway, roof deck and 180 on-site parking spaces.

Rendering of Aliso in the Arts District (Credit: Fairfield Residential)

The Kava Massih Architects-designed complex is set to open its first phase in the spring.

Rendering of Aliso in the Arts District (Credit: Fairfield Residential)

San Diego-based Fairfield Residential offers amenitized apartment buildings in 37 markets in the United States, including the Avaire South Bay Apartments in Inglewood and the Areum Apartments in Monrovia. Its partner, Legendary Development, handles construction for several multi-family buildings in Southern California. [Urbanize]Natalie Hoberman


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