DTLA $2 Billion Development Plans for Fourth & Central – Continuum Partners’ Mark Falcone

The Planning Report TPR interviews Denver-based developer Mark Falcone of Continuum Partners on plans for Fourth & Central—a proposed $2 billion high-density, mixed-use redevelopment of the LA Cold Storage operation in the Arts District. The project calls for 1,521 residential units (including 216 affordable housing units), 401,000 square feet of creative office space, 93,000 square feet of... Read Full Aricle


Breaking down DTLA’s massive Fourth & Central development

Urbanize Los Angeles Steven Sharp Late last month, developer Continuum Partners announced plans to redevelop a cold storage facility on the border between Skid Row, Little Tokyo, and the Arts District with a $2-billion mixed-use complex. The project, named for its location at the intersection of 4th Street and Central Avenue, would include housing, offices, a... Read Full Aricle


A $2-billion mega-project could reshape the Arts District

Los Angeles Times Roger Vincent Blows to businesses during the pandemic have deadened the streets of downtown Los Angeles and threaten long-term changes to office life, but builders are pressing ahead with major projects in the belief that the city still has a lot of room to grow as times get better. An Arts District... Read Full Aricle


A mega mixed-use district could be coming to Downtown L.A.’s Arts District

The Architect’s Newspaper Jonathan Hilburg Big changes could be on the way for Downtown Los Angeles, as a $2-billion master plan revealed this morning at 4th Street and Central Avenue portends an evolution of the city’s Arts District. Denver-based developer Continuum Partners today submitted an application to the City of Los Angeles for plans for Fourth & Central,... Read Full Aricle