The Grand LA

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The Grand LA is a visionary public-private partnership with the Los Angeles Grand Avenue Authority to revitalize downtown LA's cultural and civic core with a mix of commercial, retail, cultural and residential apartments stitched together with grand public spaces and world-class architecture. The Grand LA was designed to be a dynamic city center, including over 176,000 square feet of retail space anchored by chef-driven restaurants and a collection of shops, a hotel and luxury residences.

Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, The Grand LA complements the adjacent Disney Concert Hall and connects with the nearby arts and cultural institutions through Gehry’s distinct design. Gehry’s vision for The Grand LA was to create a centerpiece for Grand Avenue that promotes community gatherings and cultural performances in an open space, in addition to providing shopping, dining and residential experiences. Nearby arts and culture venues include the Music Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Colburn School of Music, The Broad Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, forming a dynamic mixed-use district fitting for the cultural center of Los Angeles.

The Grand LA’s residential tower rises 45 stories high with 436 luxury residences, of which 20% are affordable rate units. A 20-story, 314-room Conrad Los Angeles hotel includes 12,000 square feet of meeting rooms, facilities and ballrooms and 27,000 square feet of restaurants, lounges and outdoor amenities. Between the two towers, a large, vibrant public plaza with open terraces will host outdoor music and art, accessible to all visitors.

The Grand LA offers residents and visitors access to sustainable and unique amenities including EV charging stations, on-demand electric vehicle car sharing and over 150 bicycle parking spaces. The Grand's site design enhances the neighborhood fabric with mixed uses and an activated, pedestrian-friendly streetscape.

The Grand LA is within walking distance to two Metro Rail stations: The Civic Center/Grand Park Station served by the Red and Purple Line subways and the Grand Avenue Arts Station, part of the Regional Connector Transit Project that will provide direct connection to the Gold, Blue and Expo lines.

The Grand LA generates broad community benefits including an estimated 10,000 new jobs, much-needed affordable housing, $397 million in revenues to the City of Los Angeles and $68 million in revenues to the County of Los Angeles, over the next 25 years. 

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Gehry Partners