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The city of Los Angeles last month released a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment for a developer’s plans to build a 30-story mixed-use apartment tower in Downtown Los Angeles on 12th and Main Streets.
Dubbed Main Street Tower Project, the proposed development at 1123 – 1161 S. Main St. is being led by Frontier Holdings West LLC, a company managed by JADE Enterprises Director of Development Daniel Taban, according to state business filings. Designs for the high-rise plans are being steered by project architect MVE + Partners and landscape architect LRM Landscape Architecture.
The SCEA determined that all potentially significant environmental impacts can be mitigated to less than significant levels, according to a summary of the report. The report also lists an anticipated construction timeline of 30 months and a scheduled completion in 2026.
Plans call for 122 studios, 133 one-bedrooms, 96 two-bedrooms, and 12 three-bedrooms over a fifth-floor amenity level, a four-story above-grade parking podium, and about 12,500 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
The roughly 343,000-square-foot, 340-foot-tall project would hold 40,000 square feet of open space and provide 373 automobile parking spaces and 195 bicycle spaces.
The SCEA release is being followed by a public comment period lasting until November 1, 2021.