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)

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