In Koreatown, construction forges onward for phase two of K2LA, a low-rise apartment complex from developer Century West Partners. The project, designed by Los Angeles-based architect David Forbes Hibbert, will consist of two seven-story buildings at 680 Berendo Street and 685 New Hampshire Avenue. Phase two, which is replacing back-to-back surface parking lots, will offer a total of 347 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments. Each building will feature a fitness center, conference rooms and a rooftop amenity deck.
The first phase of K2LA, located on an adjacent property at 688 Berendo Street, opened this past May. With 130 apartments, the seven-story structure offers a similar blend of dwelling units and residential amenities to its phase two counterparts.
K2LA is one of several new multi-family residential developments which have recently sprung up on the eastern periphery of Koreatown. Less than a half-mile southwest, a team of local investors plans a 27-story apartment tower at the intersection of 8th and Catalina Streets. Further east, Century West Partners has proposed a seven-story mixed-use development on a property near Lafayette Park.
- Second Phase of K2LA Still Inching Along (Building Los Angeles)