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 Utilizing de-commisioned railyards, RiverEdge is a new mixed-use neighborhood that will be among the first to orient itself towards the Los Angeles River since the original pueblo, anticipating the Revitalization Masterplan currently underway.
       
     
 Encompassing over 31 acres, the project envisions a variety of residential typologies, both affordable and market rate, retail, office space.  The project will also  provide a number of community uses available to the adjacent under served neighborhoods, including a new 2,100 seat high school.
       
     
 The street grid facilitates easy connections to the proposed recreational opportunities and greenbelt, and this connection to the river is accentuated with a esplanade along the projects riverside edge.  The project’s mixed use composition and proximity to a commuter rail line will minimize reliance on the automobile. This and other sustainable design strategies will establish this neighborhood as a model for future urban infill development.
       
     
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RIVER EDGE VILLAGE

IN COLLABORATION WITH RTKL

Location: Los Angeles

Client: Los Angeles Unified School District

Budget: $36 Million

Completion Date: June 2013

 Utilizing de-commisioned railyards, RiverEdge is a new mixed-use neighborhood that will be among the first to orient itself towards the Los Angeles River since the original pueblo, anticipating the Revitalization Masterplan currently underway.
       
     

Utilizing de-commisioned railyards, RiverEdge is a new mixed-use neighborhood that will be among the first to orient itself towards the Los Angeles River since the original pueblo, anticipating the Revitalization Masterplan currently underway.

 Encompassing over 31 acres, the project envisions a variety of residential typologies, both affordable and market rate, retail, office space.  The project will also  provide a number of community uses available to the adjacent under served neighborhoods, including a new 2,100 seat high school.
       
     

Encompassing over 31 acres, the project envisions a variety of residential typologies, both affordable and market rate, retail, office space.  The project will also  provide a number of community uses available to the adjacent under served neighborhoods, including a new 2,100 seat high school.

 The street grid facilitates easy connections to the proposed recreational opportunities and greenbelt, and this connection to the river is accentuated with a esplanade along the projects riverside edge.  The project’s mixed use composition and proximity to a commuter rail line will minimize reliance on the automobile. This and other sustainable design strategies will establish this neighborhood as a model for future urban infill development.
       
     

The street grid facilitates easy connections to the proposed recreational opportunities and greenbelt, and this connection to the river is accentuated with a esplanade along the projects riverside edge.

The project’s mixed use composition and proximity to a commuter rail line will minimize reliance on the automobile. This and other sustainable design strategies will establish this neighborhood as a model for future urban infill development.

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