Construction has wrapped up for the $80-million At Mateo development, the latest in a stream of office developments in Downtown's Arts District.

The project, developed as a joint venture between ASB Real Estate Investments and Blatteis & Schnur Incorporated, consists of multiple low-rise buildings featuring commercial offices above shops and restaurants, as well as an adjoining 540-car parking structure.

When first proposed, At Mateo was imagined as an open-air retail center, featuring 125,000 square feet of space for shops and restaurants and just 50,000 square feet of offices.  However, after signing a 29,000-square-foot lease with Soylent earlier this year, the Real Deal reported that the project had been reconfigured with a greater emphasis on office space, citing sources at the project's leasing agent, Cushman & Wakefield.

An official website now advertises approximately 100,000 square feet of office space available.


LOHA to Design Streetscape Improvements for Rodeo Drive

The project would span two miles of the iconic corridor.

The City of Beverly Hills has selected LOHA to design a series of "social seating areas" along Rodeo Drive. The proposed improvements, which would span a two-mile stretch of the iconic corridor, that are intended to support a "diverse range of pedestrian activities."