Neptune Marina Topped Out

On the southeast corner of Via Marina and Panay Way in Marina Del Rey, Largo topped out on a 725,000gsf residential podium right along the water this week. With one level below grade and two above, the apartment complex will house 526 units above 1,171 parking stalls. Working with general contractor Johnstone Moyer, Inc. the development is scheduled to be open late 2018. TCA Architects and DCI Engineers designed the “L” shaped building along the northwest corner of Basin C in the World’s largest small craft marina.

 

Throwback project: The Shores at MDR

Catty corner to Neptune Marina is the Shores Apartment complex where Largo completed the 3 level parking podium holding 1,121 stalls back in 2011.

Kaiser Permanente Design-Build Parking Structure now Open

The tallest building in Santa Clarita is open for business and it’s a Parking Structure! Standing 80′ tall at the top of the elevator core, the 7 level parking structure holds 564 cars across 193,953gsf. Of the 564 stalls, 47 are designated for clean air vehicles, 14 are accessible stalls and 17 are allocated for the future installation of electric vehicle charging stations. The structure features two elevators and two stair cases with bicycle storage for 29 bikes on the ground floor. Designed by Choate Parking Consultants, the facade features an all-glass elevator lobby and breathable Stamisol graphic membranes. Structural engineer Ficcadenti, Waggoner & Castle utilized a long-span, moment-frame design for the building. Construction Manager Turner Construction also renovated the adjacent building into medical offices which opened around the same time.

1700 Webster Tops Out in Oakland

One block away from Snow Park and Lake Merritt, Largo topped out at the 1700 Webster high-rise project in Oakland, CA last week. The 23 level cast-in-place concrete building holds 206 residential units and 148 parking stalls all above grade. In addition to 8,200sf of retail space on the ground floor, the building features a plaza deck on level five with fitness center, lounge and a dog run. The roof deck includes another lounge area with a kitchen and a pool. Designed by architect Perkins & Will and engineer Tipping Structural Engineers, GC Suffolk Construction expects the building to open early 2019.

Long Beach City Hall, Port Building and Library Retrofit

Largo topped out at the new Civic Center project in Long Beach, CA with GC Clark Construction this week . The new City Hall and Port Operations buildings are located on the northeast corner of W. Ocean Blvd. and Magnolia Avenue. Both concrete structures are 12 levels with 10 stories above grade and two levels of below grade parking. The podium level features as-cast architectural concrete finishes, and the oval shaped Council Chamber auditorium with seating for 256. Total gross square footage for the two buildings and below grade parking is 884,813gsf. On the eastern corner of the same block Largo retrofitted 2 levels of below grade parking on the old Lincoln Park site, and one level above for the new 2 story Public Library building.

Decorative Concrete Council Award for USC Michelson

Congratulations to the USC Michelson team for bringing home the Decorative Concrete Council (DCC) Award for Vertical Applications over 5,000sf! The award was presented at the annual DCC Award Ceremony at the World of Concrete in Las Vegas, NV.

 

Silvery Towers Tops Out in San Jose

Located on the southwest corner of W. St. James and N. San Pedro in downtown San Jose, the high-rise towers will be two of the city’s tallest buildings when complete. The development sits on the 1.91acre lot one block east of CA87 behind the statue of Thomas Fallon, an early California pioneer and the 10th Mayor of San Jose. The east and west towers stand 22 and 20 stories respectively and sit atop of five parking levels, three of which are below grade. A two-story retail pavilion south of the towers acts as a visual extension of the downtown San Pedro Square Market and entertainment district. The buildings feature cast-in-place, post-tension decks with the east and west corner columns cast five degrees out of plumb. The “leaning” columns combine with meandering floor edges to lend a faceted appearance to the glass facade. The development covers a total of 1,105,716gsf and features 640 residential units and 656 parking stalls. Working with Developer/General Contractor Full Power Construction Inc. and designers C2K Architecture and MKA Structural Engineers, the development is schedule to open March 2019.

 

High-Rise Topping-Out at 732 Spring, Los Angeles

Located in downtown LA’s historic core, the 732 Spring Street high-rise topped out this week with the Holland Partner Group. The tower stands 24 stories above grade with two additional levels of subterranean parking and retail on the ground floor. 300 residential units are spread across the upper 20 levels sitting above 430 parking stalls across the lower levels. The architecture blends a historic base with contemporary design with distinguished vertical elements alongside an all-glass facade. The building is designed by MVE Architects and Glotman Simpson Structural Engineers and is scheduled to open during the summer of 2018.