Commercial and Parking / M3-1-RIO / Heavy Manufacturing
East End Studios Arts District Los Angeles (East End Studios ADLA, the Project) includes the development of a new production studio campus on an approximately 14.6-acre (635,551 square feet) site located at the southeast corner of 6th Street and Alameda Street (Project Site) within the Central City North Community Plan area of the City of Los Angeles (City). The Project would include eight new soundstages with each soundstage containing two studios for a total of 16 studios, eight structures that would be programmed with studio production support uses, four new office buildings, and a publicly accessible parklet (located at the corner of 6th Street and Mill Street). The Project could also provide an area within the footprint of the enclosed mechanical platform along 6th Street, adjacent to the proposed parklet and near 6th Street and Mill Street, that could be used by a potential retailer such as a café. The area for this space would be approximately 1,560 square feet. If this area is not used by a retailer, the area would be used to accommodate additional bicycle parking. The Project would comprise a total floor area of 674,175 square feet, including a potential café, with a floor area ratio (FAR) of 1.06:1. A total of 1,317 vehicular parking spaces is anticipated to be provided for the proposed uses within one level of below grade parking, surface parking, and within a five-story parking structure. The existing two warehouse structures consisting of approximately 311,000 square feet would be demolished as part of the Project.
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Commercial (Sq. Ft. 674175, Acres 15.4, Employees 2392)
Site Plan, Use Permit
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