Santee Village

Los Angeles, CA

Client: MJW Investments

Cost & Scope: $48 million, 500,000 sq. ft. (7 buildings and courtyards)


Completion Date: 2004

Lehrer Architects is involved in shaping the retail spaces and exterior facades of this multi-faceted and eagerly anticipated adaptive re-use project in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles.Conceived of as a "live-work community", the project encompasses the renovation and remodel of seven buildings surrounding the existing Santee Alley in the Fashion District. The Alley will be reborn as an urban courtyard and mall, sensitively balancing restored historic buildings with a clean, colorful urban aesthetic


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Westside Prize Honor Award, Westside Urban Forum    2005

2006    June   Multi-Housing Professional    Magazine    N/A    $92M Garment District Renovation Includes Lofts for mid-income buyers    Santee Village
2007    Feb-12    Los Angeles Business Journal    Newspaper    Richard Clough    "The Buildings are Unique-We Wanted to Make the Tax Savings Unique"    Santee Court
2007    Nov/Dec    Los Angeles Business Journal    Newspaper    Daniel Miller    Architect's Home    Santee Court