November 19, 2019 Comments Off on Jade’s Arts District MXU Receives L.A. Planning Approval Views: 1069 California News, Los Angeles

Jade’s Arts District MXU Receives L.A. Planning Approval

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Los Angeles-based Jade Enterprises received Los Angeles City Planning Commission approval on a proposed mixed-use development in DTLA’s Arts District. The three-building campus would encompass a mix of 110 live-work apartments, 113,000 square feet of office space and 51,000 square feet of commercial area.

The adaptive-reuse project at 2110 E. Bay St. was designed by Studio One Eleven, and would repurpose some existing factories and plants and add new ones including an 11-story tower. The 1.8-acre site at Santa Fe Avenue and Bay Street would include a series of pedestrian walkways, and will help activate the area and connect to the L.A. River. A construction timeline for the 35-month project has not been announced.

Other nearby planned Arts District projects include Tishman Speyer’s 200,000-square-foot office development, and Onni Group’s 15-story mixed-use tower with residential and office.

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