High Street Residential Breaks Ground on Mixed-Use Development in Downtown Los Angeles

by Katie Sloan

Los Angeles — High Street Residential, in partnership with Principal Real Estate Investors and the Cesar Chavez Foundation, has broken ground on LA Plaza Village, a 425,000-square-foot mixed-use project located in downtown Los Angeles.

The development will feature 355 multifamily units and 43,700 square feet of retail across four buildings, ranging from five to seven stories. The multifamily portion of the property will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom units, 20 percent of which will be affordable housing.

The development will also feature 720 parking spaces, and a “historic paseo” that will link LA Plaza Village to Olvera Street and Union Station through a landscaped walkway which features signage describing the history of the area. The project — which is seeking LEED Certification — is scheduled for completion in 2018. Johnson Fain is the architect for the project and Benchmark Contractors Inc. is the general contractor.

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