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Earlier this year, Camden Property Trust revived its plan to construct a mixed-use complex at the corner in the Arts District.

The proposed development, first announced in 2014, is slated for a 2.59-acre site at the corner of Industrial and Alameda Streets.  Camden would raze the existing buildings on the property to allow for the construction of a seven-story, 336,000-square-foot structure that would contain 344 live/work apartments, nearly 25,000 square feet of creative office space, approximately 4,000 square feet of ground-floor restaurant space.  Other components of the project would include aunderground parking for 536 vehicles, as well as pen space amenities such as courtyards, terraces, a fitness center and a dog run.

Local architecture firm LOHA has been commissioned to design the residential-retail complex, which would have a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom dwellings. The exterior of the building would be primarily clad with brick veneer, bronze colored metal panels and gray stucco.  Plans also call for a mural and a green wall to wrap portions of the development.

The Los Angeles City Planning Commission will consider the project, dubbed Industrial, at its upcoming meeting on August 10.  A staff report has recommended approval for Camden's development, which is surrounded by similar projects such as 6AM and 668 Alameda.

Image via LOHA
Image via LOHA
Image via LOHA
Image via LOHA
Image via LOHA

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