A new rendering has emerged for Figueroa Centre, the latest skyline-altering tower proposed in Downtown Los Angeles.
The proposed 975-foot tower, slated for a parking lot at 925 S. Figueroa Street, would rise 66 stories, featuring 200 condominiums, a 220-key hotel, 94,000 square feet of commercial space and a 617-car garage. As reported by NBC Bay Area, the project would include 10 in-house restaurants.
The project is being developed by Regalian, a limited liability company run by Justin Leong.
It is the second high-rise planned next-door to the Hotel Figueroa, which is now wrapping up an extensive renovation. Local property owner Ben Neman has proposed a similar 57-story building at the current site of the Downtown Car Wash on Olympic Boulevard.
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