Valley Plaza

Valley Plaza

Project Name:
Valley Plaza

Location:
Laurel Canyon Blvd. between Erwin and Archwood streets, North Hollywood , CA

Owner:
The Arba Group, Los Angeles , CA

Architects:
Parkitects, Irvine , CA

Description of Project:
This 313,600-square-foot, 995-car, 6-level parking structure at the Valley Plaza center alleviates the parking shortage that limited renovation and expansion at the oldest shopping center in the San Fernando Valley. The design/build structure has two elevators and provides minimal obstruction to allow for clear vision and security.

Los Angeles Fashion Center (LA FACE)

LA FACE

Project Name:
Los Angeles Fashion Center (LA FACE)

Location:
Los Angeles, CA

Owner:
Los Angeles Fashion Center LLC

Architect or Enginner:
MIA Architects, Los Angeles

General Contractor:
Klorman Construction Corporation Design/Build Contractor Superstructure

Description of Project:
The project is the largest enclosed wholesale garment mall in the central Los Angeles Garment District. Relatively unique in an area where shop space is mostly rented, the Los Angeles Fashion Center offers tenants the opportunity to buy their space.

The Los Angeles Fashion Center provides one-stop access to multi-levels of centralized mercantile condo units. The 650,000-square-foot, 7-level project includes 196 units of wholesale merchant condo space, which are located on the lower three levels. On site parking — a luxury in the crowded and congested Garment District area — is located on the upper three levels and roof, allowing for a total of 747 cars. A freestanding circular ramp allows easy access to the parking spaces.

American Garment Center

American Garment Center

Project Name:
American Garment Center

Location:
Pico Blvd. And San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA

Owner:
San Pedro Properties Management Inc.

Architect or Engineer:
Libster Puente Architects

Description of Project:
The four-level structure consists of 80,000 square feet of space; about 31,500 square feet is dedicated to retail and warehouse uses. This is a complex project involving retail and parking on multiple levels and required maintaining existing property setbacks and highway dedications encompassing the site. This building is one of the first buildings in the Los Angeles downtown garment district to take retail and parking to several levels and includes retail along with loading docks on the first and second floors.