One of the largest residential projects to be built in downtown L.A. in recent years, the Aliso occupies a 5.85-acre site in the thriving Arts District of downtown Los Angeles. next to the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC).
This 472-unit multifamily community consists of five apartment buildings 5-6 stories high, totaling 878,983 sq. ft. The development is mixed-use, with 26,000 sq. ft. of commercial and retail space. One level of underground parking (200,389 sq. ft.) and two levels of above-ground parking provide controlled access for 774 vehicles. Amenities include a pool with deck, a two-story gym, a game room, and play areas for dogs.
The type III-A wood-framed buildings are clad in stucco and metal wall panels and include Class A interior finishes. Each building has a unique exterior finish, and all buildings have landscaped rooftop decks. Units have quartz countertops, electric stoves, LED lighting and washer/dryer systems. The Aliso’s recording studio, green screen room and 42 live/work apartments appeal to the lively, diverse and creative community that is the Los Angeles Arts District.
The Aliso won a 2020 Engineering News-Record Regional Best Project Award (Residential/Hospitality), and it also received the Merit Award of Excellence for Mega Projects from Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc. (ABC).