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A 108-year-old warehouse in the Arts District could see new life as a hotel.

Earlier today, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles to convert the three-story building at 400 S. Alameda Street into 66 "condominium-hotel" units above 5,400 square feet of ground-floor restaurant and speciality retail space.

A case filing from the Department of City Planning lists the project's developer as Habita Arts District, a Delaware limited liability company.

The proposed adaptive reuse of 400 S. Alameda Street follows a string of new projects planned in the neighborhood, including ground-up complexes from AvalonBay Communities and Bolour Associates.  Most notably, Irvine-based SunCal recently unveiled renderings for the $2-billion 6AM development.

400 S. Alameda Street (Image: Google Street View)
400 S. Alameda Street (Image: Google Maps)

This Week in Leases - September 22, 2018

The Pacific Design Center's RedBuilding fills out.
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Independent entertainment company A24 will relocate its offices to the Pacific Design Center's RedBuilding in West Hollywood.  The company, which is relocating from an existing facility on Beverly Boulevard, has leased the entire 12th floor of the RedBuilding, amounting to a 25,000-square-foot office.