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Renderings have emerged for a new hotel in Downtown's Historic Core via an environmental report published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

The project, which would rise from a surface parking lot at the northwest corner of 4th and Spring Streets, calls for the construction of an 11-story, approximately 131-foot tall building featuring 315 guest rooms, ancillary uses and 2,000 square feet of meeting space.  Parking for 81 vehicles would be provided within an on-site garage, with additional accommodations in an existing 10-story structure adjacent to the property.

HLW International is designing the proposed mid-rise building, which would feature a grid-like window pattern and an exterior of concrete and anodized aluminum panels.  Renderings also show murals on all sides of the building.

City records list the project applicant as a limited liability company OSIB LA Downtown Properties, which is linked to the landlord Downtown Properties.  The underlying parking lot is controlled by L&R Group.

Construction is in full swing at several properties located just south across 4th Street, including a 34-story tower on Broadway, the rehabilitation of the historic Title Insurance Building, and a hotel conversion on Spring Street.

Rendering by HLW International
Rendering by HLW International
Rendering by HLW International
Rendering by HLW International
Rendering by HLW International
Rendering by HLW International
Rendering by HLW International
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