A century-old industrial-complex-turned-film-set in Lincoln Heights is now slated for a third makeover as a mixed-use development. According to plans filed earlier this week with the City of Los Angeles, the cluster of vintage buildings at 2626 N. Lacy Street would be repurposed with a combination of live-work lofts, low-income housing, commercial office space and pedestrian-oriented retail. According to records from the Department of City Planning, the project would include nearly 260,000 square feet of programmed space within three renovated warehouses and three newly constructed buildings.
LA County + USC Medical Center, a towering icon of East Los Angeles, is in the midst of a pronounced building boom on its 90-acre Lincoln Heights campus. Norris Healthcare Consultation Center At the southeast corner of San Pablo and Alcazar Streets, the steel skeleton of the Norris Healthcare Consultation Center is now complete. The seven-story structure, designed by global architecture firm HKS, will offer approximately 115,000 square feet of floor area devoted to a women’s cancer program, an infusion center and a multidisciplinary clinic.
The much discussed effort to restore the Los Angeles River continues to drive new development in the surrounding neighborhoods. Last week, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles for a new mixed-use complex at 3433 N. Pasadena Avenue in Lincoln Heights, a short distance from the Gold Line’s Heritage Square Station. The proposed development calls for the renovation of several warehouse buildings which currently occupy the five-acre property, as well as the construction of 410 residential units, 10,000 square feet of retail space and 30,000 square feet of creative office space.