Today we previewed renderings for 2110 Bay Development in downtown Los Angeles located between Bay Street and Sacramento, east of Santa Fe Avenue and adjacent to the forthcoming Soho Warehouse in the burgeoning southern Arts District.
The 1.8 acre development features three unique buildings tied into a cohesive campus by significant public and private open spaces. The buildings gracefully integrate into surrounding architectural context through sensitive massing, materiality and project scaling while establishing a distinct presence in the Arts District by updating existing architectural typologies unique and native to the region. The featured buildings are a 110-unit live-work tower with rooftop pool deck and amenity space; an over-100,000 square foot office building with rooftop restaurant, outdoor corridors and generous open spaces; and a strategically-adapted retail shed structure with 2nd level open-air retreat. Combined, the three buildings will offer more than 50,000 square feet of restaurant and retail to create a dynamic campus environment. Landscaped plazas and paseos throughout connect to the organic, tiered steps and public stage in the heart of the project. The entire site sits atop three levels of subterranean parking located below grade to maintain activated street-level facades.