Environmental review begins for $2B Fourth & Central development

Urbanize Los Angeles
Steven Sharp

An ambitious plan to redevelop a cold storage facility on the border between the Arts District and Skid Row continues to move forward.

Yesterday, the Planning Department published the initial study for the $2-billion Fourth & Central complex in Downtown Los Angeles, kicking off the project’s environmental review period. The proposed development, led by Denver-based Continuum Partners, would rise from roughly 7.6 acres of land located at the intersection of the same name. Plans call for razing existing structures to clear the way for multiple mid-rise and high-rise buildings featuring mixed-income housing, offices, a hotel, and ground-floor retail space.

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