Introducing The Grand:
The Most Transformative Development in Los Angeles
Related is renowned for creating visionary neighborhoods and communities that transform urban life, and The Grand will exemplify these ideals.
The Grand also represents the culmination of Frank Gehry’s storied career — the only place in the world where two of his greatest architectural designs will face each other from across the street.
We will set a new benchmark for shopping and dining in the city's most sought-after neighborhood. The Grand will offer visitors and DTLA residents fresh and unique experiences, and take our place as a new landmark that truly celebrates the best of LA.
Facts & Figures
176,000 SF of Retail
The Grand’s 176,000 square feet of leasable retail will include destination restaurants and shopping spanning three levels of landscaped open terraces.
The Grand has one of the most robust community benefits agreements in the City of Los Angeles.
309-Room Luxury Hotel
A 28-story luxury hotel will flank the residential tower and include 12,000 square feet of meeting rooms and facilities, ballrooms and additional 27,000 square feet of restaurants, lounges and amenities.
10,000 New Jobs and $465 Million in Revenue
Development of The Grand is estimated to bring more than 10,000 new jobs and $465 million in new revenue to the County and City of Los Angeles in the next 25 years.
$57 Million Invested
Related Companies has completed numerous components of The Grand Avenue Project, including investing $57 million to develop Grand Park, the 12-acre park; The Emerson residential tower; and The Broad.
Built for Sustainability
The Grand’s commitment to sustainability includes transit-oriented development and density; outdoor water reduction; optimal energy performance that achieves more than 20% energy savings, provisions for more than 75 EV charging stations, and compliance with Cal Green, Title 24 and LEED Gold certification.
A Grand Commitment to Sustainability
We value social and environmental development that will benefit our residents, tenants, guests, and the DTLA community at large.
The Grand is registered with the USGBC for New Construction. Both towers are intended to meet LEED-Silver certification or higher for implementing practical and measurable green building strategies. These high-performance solutions incorporate sustainable site development, water conservation, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
A comprehensive approach to sustainability is available here.