Los Angeles, Calif.
Architect/Designer | TCA Architects
Builder | Bernards
Developer | The Wolff Company
Interior Designer | RD Jones & Associates
Photographer | S&N Photography
Housing demand in downtown Los Angeles has been on the rise. By introducing a mixed-use residential program, G12 helped catalyze a newly evolving neighborhood from a once largely commercial district. The goal was to create a new, exciting community in South Park. G12 introduced a total of 347 units, ranging from studios to two-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom lofts. The variety of unit types is meant to address the community’s diversity of needs and demand.
Extensive amenities throughout the site supplement the growing desire for common features. Amenities include a pool, clubhouse with dining area and kitchen, fitness center, media room, business center, and multiple sun decks. A unique atrium space links the second-floor courtyards with the hotel-like entry lobby and designs of the interior amenity spaces and outdoor open spaces fittingly complement the architecture.
The finish palette reflects urban living and allows flexibility of use by each resident. Additionally, approximately 18,500 sf of commercial space on the ground floor helps activate the streetscape. As part of a two-phase project, G12 had a unique opportunity to anchor an entire city block. A mid-block paseo activates and connects the two sites and hosted South Park s first farmer’s market.