Located near the intersection of 7th Street and Santa Fe Avenue, the project consists of a seven-story edifice that will feature 320 live/work apartments, 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and basement parking for up to 420 vehicles.
Other components of the mid-rise development will include a fitness center, a clubhouse, and an elevated courtyard. Shimoda Design Group is designing the AMP Lofts, with direction from Steinberg Hart. The modern design will incorporate brickwork from the project's namesake - Amp automotive.
Greystar, which is building numerous rental communities across Southern California, is also behind plans for a similar development on Alameda Street.
The AMP Lofts wrap a three-story brick edifice and surface parking lot where a different property owner has filed plans to construct a hotel.
- AMP Lofts Archive (Urbanize LA)