Southern California Flower Market

3 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Los Angeles, City of (City of Los Angeles)
Document Title
Southern California Flower Market
Document Type
FIN - Final Document
Project Applicant
Southern California Flower Growers, Inc.
Present Land Use
Currently developed as the Southern California Flower Market/M2-2D/ Light Manufacturing

Document Description
The Project Applicant proposes to expand and redevelop the existing Flower Market facility between Maple A venue and Wall Street, south of 7th Street, while maintaining the existing wholesale market. The existing property consists of two buildings, the north building (206,517 square feet) and the south building (185,111 square feet). Both buildings include open roof-top parking. The Applicant proposes to maintain and renovate the north building and its roof-top parking and demolish the south building in preparation of a new building with one level of subterranean parking. The Project would be a new mixed-use development consisting of wholesale trade, retail, restaurant, office, and residential uses. The new Flower Market building (in place of the existing south building) would be 15 stories (12-story residential tower, over three stories of office, retail, restaurant, wholesale flower market and parking) and 205 feet in height. The development program would consist of: 323 residential units (the Applicant voluntarily providing 10% of the units [or approximately 32 units] for moderate income families), 64,363 square feet of office space, 4,385 square feet of retail space, 63,785 square feet of wholesale space and storage, 13,420 square feet of food and beverage space, and 10,226 square feet of event space. The ground floor of the new south building would include restaurants for general public use, a public paseo, retail uses, wholesale flower space, and bike storage. The existing north building would continue operating as the Flower Market with offices on the second floor and an event space with terrace on the fourth floor. The Flower Market would continue to operate in the existing north building during and after the redevelopment, with construction carefully phased, to avoid disruption of existing business operations. Parking would be provided in accordance with an approved parking demand study.

Contact Information
Adam Villani
City of Los Angeles
221 North Figueroa St, Suite 1350
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone : (213) 847-3688


34°02'29.2"N 118°15'01.1"W
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Cross Streets
Wall Street, Maple Avenue
Total Acres
Parcel #
5145-004-033, -034, -035
State Highways
1-5 , 1-10, US-101 , SR-110
Metro, Metrolink, BNSF
LAUSD, private
Los Angeles River

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Residential (323 Units) Office (64,363 Sq. Ft.) Commercial (91,816 Sq. Ft.)
Local Action
General Plan Amendment Site Plan Rezone Use Permit Subdivision Redevelopment
Project Issues
Air Quality Drainage/Absorption Noise Sewer Capacity Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Water Quality Water Supply Land Use
Reviewing Agencies
California Baldwin Hills Conservancy California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 California Department of Parks and Recreation California Department of Transportation, District 7 California Highway Patrol California Native American Heritage Commission California Public Utilities Commission California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Los Angeles Region 4 California State Lands Commission Resources Agency State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water


Environmental Document
A - Comment Letters Received on Draft EIR   PDF 107224 K B - Air Quality Technical Memo   PDF 7894 K C - Noise Technical Memo   PDF 680 K D - Traffic Technical Memo   PDF 163 K FEIR Southern California Flower Market Project   PDF 2598 K
noc   PDF 495 K

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