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Near the intersection of 7th Street and Santa Fe Avenue in the Arts District, a construction crane has now arrived for the AMP Lofts development

Greystar Real Estate Partners is building the seven-story complex, which will contain 320 live/work apartments atop 20,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial uses and 420 parking spaces in a subterranean garage.  Other project elements include a fitness center, a clubhouse, and a courtyard.

Shimoda Design Group is designing the project, with direction from Steinberg Hart.  The contemporary mid-rise structure will offer a nod to the property's prior occupant - Amp automotive - by incorporating brickwork from buildings that once stood on the project site.

Greystar, based out of South Carolina, is also behind plans for a similar seven-story development near the intersection of 4th and Alameda Streets.

The AMP Lofts site is located just north of Shorenstein Company's Ford Factory development - soon to be the new West Coast headquarters of Warner Music Group - and a small building that is set to be incorporated into a new hotel.

Rendering of the AMP Lofts. Image courtesy of Steinberg Hart.
Construction of the AMP Lofts. Image courtesy of Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography Architectural Photgraphy.
Construction of the AMP Lofts. Image courtesy of Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography Architectural Photgraphy.
Construction of the AMP Lofts. Image courtesy of Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography Architectural Photgraphy.
Construction of the AMP Lofts. Image courtesy of Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography Architectural Photgraphy.
AMP Lofts site. Image via Google Maps.

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This week, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission is scheduled to consider an appeal of a proposed multifamily residential development near the Van Nuys Civic Center.