Related California Breaks Ground on First Residential Building of Grand Avenue Project January 10 – $120 Million, 19-Story Apartment Tower

LOS ANGELES--()--Related California will break ground on the first residential building of its Grand Avenue Project in downtown Los Angeles on January 10. The 19-story apartment tower is the first high rise building in Los Angeles designed by renowned architects Arquitectonica. The building, to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2014, will have 271 apartments, 20 percent of which will be affordable, and 5,000 square feet of restaurant space on the Grand Avenue side.

Located next door to The Broad museum and public plaza on what is known as Parcel M, the site runs from Grand Avenue to Hope Street and is adjacent to Metro’s planned Regional Connector that will link the Blue Line and Exposition Line with the Gold Line and Union Station improving convenience and access for transit riders.



Groundbreaking Ceremony
Grand Avenue Project – Parcel M
225 N. Grand Avenue (enter site on Hope Street side)


Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, City of Los Angeles
Los Angeles City Council Member Jan Perry
Los Angeles City Council Member Jose Huizar
Related California President and CEO Bill Witte


Thursday, January 10

12 Noon – program

12:30 p.m. – lunch



On construction site at Hope Street between 2nd and 3rd Streets

Parking provided at Walt Disney Concert Hall


Casey & Sayre
Karen Diehl or Ashley Greer, 310-473-8090