August 11th DTLA
Real Estate Update

Check out real estate updates for DTLA this week.

Saturday, August 10th, 2019

By Dino Buiatti
L.A. Realtor | @DTLADino | 213-270-5613 | [email protected] | BRE# 01909958

New DTLA Listings This Week

Please see our update on new DTLA listings this week. There are 21 new listings this week ranging from $433,000 to $1,733,000.

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New DTLA Condo Listings

Power On At Banco Popular

Earlier this week, power resumed at the iconic 102-year-old building also known as the HW Hellman Building. The project is slated to open later this year with 188 luxury apartments. Located at 4th and Spring, it will also have ground floor commercial and roof pool deck added during construction. More details to follow…..

Banco Popluar Building DTLA

What $650 Buys You In/Around DTLA

CurbedLA reports on what $650 buys around L.A. & here are DTLA condos between $600 & $650.

$650 Properties In/Around DTLA

Perla Tops Out

DTNews reports that vertical construction has completed on the Historic Core’s first new skyscraper in more than 100 years. The building will have 450 residential units and is slated to open in 2020.

Perla Tops Out (Vertical Construction Complete)

Hoxtel Hotel Opening In October

Curbed reports the Hotel is opening on Broadway in October a block from the Ace Hotel. With rooms starting at $129 a night. The chic British brand will have 174 rooms; rooftop bar/swimming pool and basement bar.

Hoxton Hotel. Broadway Opening October

Makeover Planned for Hotel Barclay

UrbanizeLA is reporting that LA’s oldest continually operating hotel is getting a makeover. Originally opened in 1897 with electricity & phone to each room, it will be converted into 145-room luxury boutique hotel with construction to start April 2020.

Hotel Barclary Makeover Coming

Flower Market Building Approved

The Real Deal is reporting approval of a 323-unit apartment building at the Flower Market. An existing 185,000 Sqft. building will be razed to make way for the 15-Story mixed use project.

Flower Market Development Coming