The historic Alameda Square industrial center at Alameda and Olympic in Downtown Los Angeles is being transformed into ROW DTLA. The 1918 complex in DTLA’s Arts District originally opened as a railroad terminal, and over the years it has been transformed into a food manufacturing plant and most recently an apparel factory. This summer it will become ROW DTLA, a massive mixed-use project.
Runyon Group, the same company behind One Sante Fe, has posted renderings of the new development. The company’s website boasts a “unique mix of merchants and chefs in addition to the country’s most innovative companies and progressive cultural programming.” ROW DTLA will cover approximately two million square feet of buildings across thirty acres of gardens and walkable streets.
The complex will encompass 6 iconic buildings that will be home of 100 unique stores, 15 new restaurants, over a million square feet of creative office space and 20,000 feet of event space. ROW DTLA will also offer over 30,000 square feet dedicated to the arts, 8 lush gardens with 100 new trees… and yes, there will be parking, lots of it. There will be 5,000 space parking structure.
There is no official opening date, but look for a grand opening event in the summer.
ROW DTLA 777 Alameda Street (at Olympic Boulevard)