670 Mesquit Building in Arts District

670 Mesquit Los Angeles Building, Arts District Architecture, USA Design

670 Mesquit Building in Arts District

Mesquit Street Development in Los Angeles, California, USA – design by architect Bjarke Ingels, BIG

Dec 13, 2016

670 Mesquit Building in Arts District

670 Mesquit Building by BIG

Design: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

Another high-design megaproject is being pitched for the Arts District, this time right alongside the Los Angeles River, reports the Los Angeles Times.

670 Mesquit Building in Arts District

The Gallo family, longtime owner of the Rancho Cold Storage facility on Mesquit Street, has teamed with rising-star Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and real estate firm V.E. Equities to propose a sizable new development consisting of two connected buildings, 30 stories tall at their highest point.

670 Mesquit Building in Arts District

The project, called 670 Mesquit, would hold approximately 800,000 square feet of office space, 250 rental apartments and two boutique hotels as well as shops and restaurants. Stretching north from the 7th Street Bridge almost as far as the forthcoming 6th Street Viaduct, it would replace Rancho Cold Storage’s warehouse buildings along Mesquit.

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