|A now outdated image of the proposal, via Curbed LA|
The Westfield Group, scourge of California taxpayer advocates, continues to make slow but steady progress on enhancements for its flagship Century City location. When we checked on Century City back in July, they were hard at work on the mall's new parking structure (on the right hand side of the above image). Now Westfield is moving on to the more exciting phase of the project. Earlier this month, they applied for a permit to demolish 1801 Avenue of the Stars.
1801 S AVENUE OF THE STARS 90067 APPLICATION / PERMIT NUMBER: 13019-10000-02077 PLAN CHECK / JOB NUMBER: B13LA09712
DEMOLITION OF BUILDING AND BELOW GRADE PARKING (298718S.F) FOR A NEW BUILDINGWhat new building, you may ask? To answer that question, here's the other permit they applied for:
1801 S AVENUE OF THE STARS 90067 APPLICATION / PERMIT NUMBER: 13010-10000-02346 PLAN CHECK / JOB NUMBER: B13LA09711
NEW 3-STORY RETAIL + 2 LEVLES(sic) OF PARKING ABOVE AND NEW BELOW GRADE PARKINGAs reported by LA Business Journal back in 2012, Bloomingdales will fill the retail space. This permit application makes no mention of Westfield's 39 story condominium tower planned to sit atop Bloomingdales, likely because the residential component of the project requires a separate laundry list of permits.
|1801 Avenue of the Stars in 2018 (maybe?). Designed by Rios Clementi Hale Studios.|
- Corporate welfare, alive and well (Los Angeles Times)
- The Evolution of Century City (Building Los Angeles)
- Westfield Finally About to Start on 39-Story Century City Tower (Curbed LA)