A 38-story tower taking shape in Downtown LA’s South Park neighborhood will welcome its first tenants in January. In the meantime, we’re getting a look at how the completed project will look thanks to a couple of fresh renderings.
A leasing site first spotted by Urbanize LA offers a brief glimpse of the AC Martin-designed tower at the northeast corner of 12th Street and Grand Avenue. Called Aven, the building will hold 536 apartments, plus amenities including a gym, sports courts, and a dog park. Along ground-level, Aven will have 13,000 square feet of ground-level retail.
Pricing for Aven is expected to be released in late September, a rep for the project tells Curbed.
Aven is part of a multi-building project that Mack Real Estate Group and AECOM are planning in the area.
The first phase, an apartment complex called Wren, opened in 2017. About a block away from Wren, two residential towers rising 51 and 60 stories are in the works. A 16-story hotel at 12th and Olive streets is also planned.
The towers are adding to an ever-growing South Park skyline. Some of the tallest proposed developments in Los Angeles are in this neighborhood. Just up the block, at 11th and Olive streets, a 70-story tower from developers Crescent Heights is making its way through the city planning process.