September 13, 2019 Comments (0) Views: 378 California News, Los Angeles

Trammell Crow Unwraps LA Plaza Village in DTLA

Trammell Crow Company, its subsidiary High Street Residential, the Cesar Chavez Foundation and Principal Real Estate Investors, in a public-private partnership with La Plaza de Cultura y Artes Museum and the County of L.A., opened LA Plaza Village in DTLA. The development features 355 apartments, 43,000 square feet of retail space and several public open spaces.

Inspired by a modern interpretation of a Mexican hillside town, the project spans 425,000 square feet across two full city blocks and includes four buildings that range from five to eight stories. In addition to nearly an acre of public open space, a pedestrian paseo lined with landscaping and retail shops passes through the development, linking it to the Fort Moore Memorial, Olvera Street and Union Station.

Trammell Crow Company’s Brad Cox says, “LA Plaza Village is as much about connectivity and open space for the public, as it is about a needed supply of market rate and affordable residential apartments.”

*Photo LA Plaza Village by Hunter Kerhart

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