Arquitectonica designs a skyscraper in the Los Angeles basins
The Arquitectonica office in Miami revealed new images of its proposal for a 53-story tower in downtown Los Angeles. The building could be used for two different purposes: a housing condominium or a hotel. The city of Los Angeles and its urban planning department published an environmental report on the 240-meter high tower, where the pools were in balance. The tower designed by Arquitecton is one of many projects developed around the Pershing Square.
JMF Development owns the Pershing Square building and the country, located on Hill Street, and plans to build a tower around its historic structure. The project is based on a set of balanced and glass-based pools. From the balconies, the protrusions become more prominent until the balanced pools extend.
From the two program options, the first includes accommodation in two, three or four bedroom hotels with 190 rooms, programs supporting guests and 126 vehicles. In another option, the building includes one, two, three or four bedroom apartments and other services as well as retail space downstairs and 187 vehicle parking.
The renovation of the Pershing Square building will begin by 2020. The tower does not yet have a set date.
Via Urbanize LA.