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The Grand LA launches new DTLA residential tower "The Grand by Gehry"

The tower will feature 436 residences plus first-class amenities at the new arts and cultural center of Downtown Los Angeles.

Los Angeles – Related Companies today announced the new 45-story residential tower at The Grand LA will be called “The Grand by Gehry.” The tower, designed by legendary architect Frank Gehry, will consist of 436 luxury residential apartments including 113 ultra-premium residences on the tower’s uppermost floors. Homes will range in size from studios, one-, two- and three-bedrooms and feature a penthouse collection.

The Grand by Gehry will be the paradigm-shifting residential center to The Grand LA, Los Angeles’ newest destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment slated to open in 2022. The tower will feature first class amenities including expansive indoor and outdoor amenities providing a lifestyle never before realized in Downtown LA.

“The Grand by Gehry is the cornerstone to Frank Gehry’s long lived dream of revitalizing Downtown LA’s Grand Avenue corridor,” said Rick Vogel, SVP Related Companies. “The residential tower honors his commitment to transforming Downtown Los Angeles into a vibrant community centered around the top performing arts and cultural centers in the world.”

Through Gehry’s design, The Grand LA’s 164,000 square feet of retail space, anchored by chef-driven restaurants, a collection of shops and entertainment and the 28-story Conrad Los Angeles Hotel, will complement the nearby arts and cultural institutions like The Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Music Center, The Broad Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art and The Colburn School of Music.

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Renderings of The Grand by Gehry can be found here (credit: Related – CORE):

The Grand La Rendering #1

The Grand La Rendering #2


About The Grand LA

Located at the cultural epicenter of Los Angeles comprised of the Music Center (including the Walt Disney Concert Hall), The Broad Museum, The Colburn School of Music and the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Grand is designed to become a 24-7 destination for shopping, dining, entertainment and hospitality, as well as a paradigm-shifting place to live. The Grand will include 164,000 square feet of retail space anchored by chef-driven restaurants; a collection of shops; a 305 room Conrad LA luxury hotel and more than 400 residences including affordable housing. The development will also include a large, vibrant public plaza with a series of landscaped, open terraces.

The Grand Avenue Project is a visionary public-private partnership with the Los Angeles Grand Avenue Authority to revitalize downtown LA's cultural and civic core with a mix of commercial, retail, cultural and residential uses stitched together with great public spaces and world class architecture. This multi-phased master planned development is re-envisioning and re-developing underutilized government-owned parcels directly adjacent to the Civic Center and key cultural institutions.

Related Companies and CORE (USA) Investment Holding LLC are funding and executing the development of The Grand under a joint venture partnership.