This office campus will incorporate creative office, residential, and retail space on a 24-property that was once home to a Los Angeles Times printing plant. The plant will be adaptively reused as offices, says Urbanize LA. Developers Uncommon call the project “24.”
New structures holding 660 apartments and ground-floor retail space will be built around the offices, which will serve as the headquarters for MGA Entertainment, the makers of big-eyed Bratz dolls.
Designed by Killefer Flammang Architects, the campus will also feature considerable resident amenities, including two pools, community gardens, outdoor walking tracks, and an open-air amphitheater. The project broke ground in November 2017.