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DTLA Condo Buys – April 2017

There were 35 condo sales in downtown in April totaling $24,139,150 in sales. The biggest sale of the month was in SOUTH PARK at the Ritz-Carlton L.A. Live where a 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath with 1,840 Sqft sold for $2,015,000. It was originally listed on 4/01/2016 at $2,300,000. The lowest sale

First Look at Hanson LA’s CITY MARKET coming to the FASHION DISTRICT

By Antonio Pacheco Californian practice Hanson LA Architecture has revealed new renderings depicting the firm’s master plan for the City Market of Los Angeles complex in the Fashion District neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. The multi-phase project aims to ultimately bring 945 residential units, a 210-key hotel, 225,000-square feet of retail, a restaurant,

Hotel Indigo: Age of Metropolis

The revitalization of DTLA continues with the opening of Hotel Indigo® Los Angeles Downtown. This groundbreaking collaboration between hotel conglomerate IHG and Chinese developer Greenland U.S.A. is changing the downtown L.A. skyline, setting the bar for a new way of luxury living, and revolutionizing hospitality industry of Downtown L.A. Hotel Indigo®,

Downtown Real Estate with Donegan McCuaig

How can Class-a office buildings be creative? To have to have a creative building you can’t just have a creative space.  The lobby needs to be creative, and the hallways need to be creative as well.  What is creative?  Not going to try to philosophize here, but stylistically the kind employs raw

Mixed Use in the Arts District

Today I had an awesome opportunity to tour the new mixed use apartment community being built in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles called, One Santa Fe. One of the listing agents for the project’s retail space, under Runyon Group’s owner David Fishbein, guided me and another commercial real


by Jasmine Walker In the last eight years DTLA has being going through a resurgence of construction, demolition, and redevelopment. This city and its real estate prospects are up for grabs to the highest bidder but not before developers and leasing agents know what’s what. That’s where Michael Chretien of PrecisionCAD