27-Story Tower to Rise Near Chinatown Station

June 9, 2018 in | Comments (0)

27-Story Tower to Rise Near Chinatown Station

TF Broadway LP, a partnership between Vancouver-based developers Townline and Forme Development, has submitted plans to construct a high-rise development adjacent to the Gold Line in Chinatown.
The project, known as Harmony, would replace a shopping center at 942 North Broadway, directly across the street from Chinatown’s Central Plaza. Plans call replacing an existing shopping center with a 27-story building, featuring 178 residential units – including units set at the very-affordable level – atop two floors of office and retail space, with parking located below-grade.

Chris Dikeakos Architects is leading the design team, which also includes SWA Group as landscape architect. An early design concept for Harmony shows a series of stacked, offset masses rising above a podium. The proposed site plan concentrates the property’s buildable density into a high-rise structure, thereby allowing nearly half of the total site to be used as open space. The public plaza serves as the “starting point for the balance of the project design,” according to Arnold Chan, an architect with the development team.

Read more at Urbanize LA


Comments are closed.