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Herzog & de Meuron’s Mixed-Use 6AM in Los Angeles is Taking Long, New Study Reveals

The construction works for the $2 billion mixed-use development project in Los Angeles (LA), by Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, will commence in 2018. However, a new study conducted by the LA Department of City Planning has revealed that it will not be finished until 2035.

View from the street. Image Courtesy of Los Angeles Department of City Planning

The 6AM complex by Herzog & de Meuron will be located in LA’s Arts District, on the eastern side of the Downtown area, and it will be a major player in the area’s regeneration. The project will be like a small-scale city with its complete services, such as a school, a large grocery store, offices, and art spaces. It will have a total area of 2,824,245 square feet, divided between seven buildings of varying heights with different programs.

View of one of the project’s retail areas. Image Courtesy of Los Angeles Department of City Planning

They will include 1,305 apartments, 431 condos, 421 hotel rooms, K-12 school for 300 students on 29,316 sq ft, office space on 253,514 sq ft, retail space on 127,609 sq ft, and art exhibition space on 22,429 sq ft. The seven buildings comprising the project will be based on a concrete podium, and the highest two of those buildings will rank as the 7th and 11th tallest towers in LA, with heights of 732ft and 710ft.

View of the apartment units. Image Courtesy of Los Angeles Department of City Planning Save image Pin it

The project will, also, include 3,441 parking stalls and 2,187 bicycle parking spaces. Its landscape work will be designed and executed by Mia Lehrer & Associates.

Parking Deck. Image Courtesy of Los Angeles Department of City Planning

 

 

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