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Westlake Project Could Bring Hotel Conversion And New 41-Story Tower

Jan 23, 2017

Big changes are planned for a Wilshire Boulevard property that houses a medical building and parking lots, just a block east of Alvarado Street in Westlake. According to plans filed Tuesday with the city’s planning department, a developer wants to convert the medical building, which looks to be 13 stories tall, into a 220-room hotel. Read more…

41-Story Westlake Luxury Residential Project Proposed

Jan 03, 2017

The Walter and Aeshea Jayasinghe Family Trust proposed The Lake on Wilshire, a 41-story, luxury high-rise apartment development in Los Angeles’ Westlake district. The mixed-use complex would include 478 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments, and 39 affordable units. The project would also incorporate a 70,000-square-foot learning, cultural and performing arts center with an 850-seat theater. Read more…

First Glimpse Of The Lake On Wilshire

Dec 29, 2016

Mixed-use development to bring a hotel, apartments and a cultural center to Wilshire Boulevard. An environmental report published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning has revealed renderings for a proposed high-rise complex near the Westlake/MacArthur Park subway station. The project, dubbed The Lake on Wilshire, would rise from an approximately 1.5-acre site at Read more…

Plastic Surgeon Plans To Augment Westlake With 220-Room Hotel Conversion

Aug 25, 2016

The building at 1930 Wilshire Boulevard (Credit: Charles Dunn) Westlake could be getting a little nip and tuck. A Los Angeles plastic surgeon is planning to convert his 14-story medical office building on Wilshire Boulevard into a 220-room hotel and build a 478-unit apartment complex nearby, according to city planning documents. Dr. Walter Jayasinghe has owned Read more…

Hotel Conversion And Residential Tower Planned Near MacArthur Park

Aug 24, 2016

Proposed development would include Wilshire Boulevard’s historic Crocker Bank Building. With a slew of high-rise buildings rising in both Downtown Los Angeles and Koreatown, it appears that construction cranes may soon spread to the adjacent Westlake neighborhood. Yesterday, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles for the construction of a 41-story tower on Read more…