ONE SANTA FE
Arts District, Los Angeles, CA
American Institute of Architects
2016 AIA/LA Residential Architecture Awards
Excellence in Architectural Design, Multi Family Residential
2015 Engineering News - Record Southern California Best Projects
Los Angeles Downtown News
2015 Downtowners of Distinction Awards Honoree
Los Angeles Downtown Breakfast Club
2015 Rose Award Honoree
American Institute of Architects
2015 AIA / LA Design Awards
Honor Award for Excellence in Architectural Design
Los Angeles Business Council
Los Angeles Architectural Awards
2014 Award for Excellence
Arts District; L.A.’s Next Big Retail Area?
July 13, 2017
Real Estate Forum
The Best of 2016 – Deals, Dealmakers, Places and Placemakers
August 2, 2016
The Real Deal LA Real Estate News
LA County had four of the biggest US deals in Q2
July 6, 2016
Berkshire Group Buys Arts District's One Santa Fe Apartment Complex
June 14, 2016
A Guide to Los Angeles's Wildly Inventive New Architecture
April 6, 2016
FORM magazine – Pioneering Design
2015 AIA | LA Design Award Winners
January 19, 2016
LA's Five Best Shopping Destination of 2015
December 28, 2015
December 24, 2015
Winner Best Project Office/Retail/Mixed-Use
November 23, 2015
Maltzan's One Santa Fe apartment complex plays with notion of density
October 10, 2014
One Santa Fe and its 438 Apartments Lands in the Arts District
September 22, 2014
One Santa Fe Living // Community & Culture in Los Angeles
RENTV- One Santa Fe and the Arts District
One Santa Fe is a mixed-use development located along the eastern edge of downtown Los Angeles, directly across the street from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). The 510,000 square foot project stretches over a long and narrow 4-acre site of previously vacant land, adjacent to the LA Metro rail yard, and contains 438 residential units, 39,000 square feet of community serving retail, 40,000 square feet of creative office space and 800 parking spaces.
The development creates a programmatic amalgam of residential, retail, commercial, and open spaces within the formerly industrial Arts District. There are a number of residential amenities located throughout the building, with the main concentration of shared community space located on the second floor, overlooking the central public courtyard below. This area consists of a clubhouse, fitness club, yoga, spinning and pilates studio, outdoor event area and a zero-edge saltwater pool. A new commercial and retail zone stretches across the ground level of the development with the portion north of 3rd street housing creative offices tenanted by LA Metro.
Extending from First Street south toward Fourth Street along Santa Fe Avenue, the building’s length of more than a quarter mile echoes the strong, linear forms of the surrounding regional infrastructure, including the Los Angeles River, adjacent rail lines, and the former freight depot building that now houses SCI-Arc. At its northernmost end, the project links directly to the First Street Bridge which carries pedestrian sidewalks, vehicular traffic, and the LA Metro Gold Line.
The Project was developed by Cowley Real Estate Partners and was financed by joint venture partners Goldman Sachs and Canyon Capital Partners. The project’s design architect was Michael Maltzan, who had previously worked alongside CREP on a number of projects including the Star Apartments, KTGY acted as the development’s executive architect. CREP also acted as development managers on this project and oversaw all entitlements, pre-construction, development, marketing and lease-up through completion and sale.
For more information on this award-winning project, please click here to view One Santa Fe’s current website.