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Valued together at million, the 497,187-square-foot project includes 248 residential units, swimming pools, a roof deck, dog park and pet spa, theater room, fitness centers and 12,785 square feet of commercial space.Construction is expected to be completed this year, with first move-ins expected in spring 2019.The planned work is valued at million and the project is expected to open in 2019. Currently under construction, the project will bring 695 apartment units and 25,000 square feet of retail to the booming neighborhood.Valued at approximately 3 million, the project is expected to be complete this year.Architects including David Hart of Steinberg Hart, whose firm ranked sixth in ’s findings, anticipate more of that in 2018.However, the architect expects a surge in smaller 120- to 180-unit hotels and condominiums in DTLA.In 2017, permits were issued for VTSB’s 595-unit apartment complex at 2441 South Sepulveda Boulevard in West L. Valued at 0.9 million, it was the largest plan permitted for the firm in 2017 at an estimated 974,133 square feet.
The top-tier designers are enjoying a healthy period in terms of production and revenue, thanks in large part to ever more creative proposals offering stunning views and amenities that increase property values for clients.A., dense mixed-use plans were among the largest and most expensive projects permitted in 2017, Architects from the firms on the list said that collaboration between companies is becoming more popular than ever, and that the firms selected to design the most valuable projects are often those equipped to offer a suite of services beyond architecture expertise.Another trend is an uptick in larger developments in the more suburban areas outside Downtown L. as the boom prices some projects out of the immediate vicinity.The Palisades Village project, as it’s known, was designed for developer Caruso Affiliated.Together, the buildings — valued at .6 million, according to the permit data — will include retail, office space and eight residential units for a total of 133,814 square feet. “The lifestyle [design] market continues to be driven by growth in the specialty retail and hospitality market, and in residential where L. supply continues to be out of balance with the high demand,” said White.