A New Canvas for the Los Angeles Arts District

In March 2015, SunCal acquired a significant urban infill site situated squarely in what’s become a booming cultural hub of downtown Los Angeles—the dynamic Arts District. We invite you to learn more about the plans for 6AM at 6th & Alameda and share your thoughts with us as we shape the vision for this new development.

Overview

The property is situated on 14.57 acres and is envisioned as a mixed-use, live/work complex that is proposed to feature live/work residences, creative offices, hotel and retail uses, and public gathering spaces.

Development Team

Design Consultants:

Herzog & de Meuron

The globally renowned firm of Herzog & de Meuron is shaping the style and design of 6th & Alameda. Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron established their office in Basel, Switzerland, in 1978, and the partnership has grown over the years. The firm‘s main office is in Basel with additional offices in Hamburg, London, Madrid, New York City and Hong Kong.

Executive Architect:

Joining Herzog & de Meuron is Executive Architect AC Martin Partners, one of the oldest and bestknown firms in Los Angeles.

Landscape Design:

Known for Vista Hermosa Park, projects along the Los Angeles River, and the newest addition to Grand Park.

The Developer:

SunCal is one of the largest private developers of master-planned communities in the U.S. Our developments are diverse in terms of housing types, density and population demographics, and we specialize in creating distinctive communities that emphasize quality of life, environmental sensitivity and recreational opportunities.

News+Updates

March 30, 2017

Los Angeles’ Arts District lures developers — but loses artists

Glass towers and international designers are heading to Los Angeles’ Arts District, the downtown neighbourhood filled with converted warehouses, industrial lots and funky art spaces. Read More »

March 9, 2017

Bombastic, brand-name architecture is transforming the L.A. Arts District

Los Angeles’s Arts District neighborhood is seeing a rapid influx of large-scale, developer-driven mixed-use projects, which are poised to upend the enclave’s status as an affordable, artists’ neighborhood. Read More »