The tarp has come down at the corner of 6th and Bixel Streets, unveiling the final look for a $200-million mixed-use development from Holland Partner Group.

Spanning across four acres of property next-door to Good Samaritan Hospital, consists of two six-story buildings featuring 606 residential units, 25,000 square feet of commercial space and a 762-car parking garage.  Communal amenities are interspersed throughout the development site, including an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and multiple rooftop decks.

The nearly-finished product strays from architectural renderings produced by Togawa Smith Martin, which depicted a pair of podium-type buildings with vibrant flourishes of pink, blue and yellow.  In real life, the buildings features a more muted color palette.

An additional 42 apartments are located in the Mint, a medical office building that was converted for residential use through the project.

Holland Partner Group is currently building four other projects in Downtown Los Angeles, including dual high-rise towers on Spring Street, a 28-story building in South Park and a podium-type apartment complex in Little Tokyo.

Rendering via Togawa Smith Martin
Rendering via Togawa Smith Martin

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Small Apartment Building Slated for Crescent Heights Boulevard

Three-story, 12-unit building would rise on two parcels.

Last week, the City of West Hollywood's Design Review Subcommittee considered a proposal to construct a small apartment building on two parcels at 1011 and 1015 N. Crescent Heights Boulevard.

The project, which is being designed by Culver City-based architecture firm Modative, calls for the construction of a three-story, 12-unit building featuring 20 parking spaces.  Plans call for a mix of one- and two-bedroom dwellings, including one unit of affordable housing.