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Jamie Lee and the development site (Credit: Google Maps)

Jamison files plans for mixed-use complex in Koreatown

Jamison Services has been in development mode in recent months, and is now looking to build a 150-unit apartment...

Jamison files plans for mixed-use complex in Koreatown
Herb Wesson (top) and Curren Price with a rendering of 3800 W 6th Street (Linkedin, Twitter, Large Arch)

LA officials backtrack on aid for Koreatown hotel project

Some powerful Los Angeles city officials are having second thoughts about providing subsidies for a Koreatown hotel project. The...

LA officials backtrack on aid for Koreatown hotel project
Fareed Kanani and Sean Hashem, with a rendering of the project (Credit: HED via Urbanize, and Greenbridge)

Greenbridge Investment plans 169-unit tower in Koreatown

Greenbridge Investment Partners wants to build a 169-unit mixed-use tower in Koreatown. The Beverly Hills-based developer is planning the...

Greenbridge Investment plans 169-unit tower in Koreatown
944-952 S. Dewey Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Anaheim developer plans 51 units for Koreatown

A developer out of Anaheim is planning to replace a pair of multifamily buildings in Koreatown with a 51-unit...

Anaheim developer plans 51 units for Koreatown
Cypress CEO Michael Sorochinsky and 1216-1224 Menlo Avenue (Google Maps)

Cypress Equity plans 128-unit affordable complex in Pico-Union

A company tied to Cypress Equity Investments plans to develop a 128-unit affordable development in Pico-Union. Cypress CEO Michael...

Cypress Equity plans 128-unit affordable complex in Pico-Union
An illustration of David Lee

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning

When protests in Los Angeles following George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers turned to vandalism,...

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning
Neil Kadisha, Jaime Lee, and the building (Credit: CHANCE YEH/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Jamison sells 72-unit Koreatown complex to Omninet

Jamison has sold its first apartment development project in Koreatown. Omninet Capital paid $32.4 million for the 72-unit Maya...

Jamison sells 72-unit Koreatown complex to Omninet
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