Trammell Crow Company's High Street Residential affiliate is making swift progress at its latest development in Chinatown.

The Llewelyn, located a block east of Los Angeles State Historic Park at 1101 N. Main Street, will eventually consist of a seven-story edifice containing 318 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments atop parking for 526 vehicles.  

Designed by KFA Architecture, the contemporary podium-type structure will incorporate open space amenities such as a gym, a swimming pool, and a community room.

Completion is on pace to occur in the first half of 2021.

Though large developments surrounding Los Angeles State Historic Park have been rare thus far, the Llewelyn may be a harbinger of things to come.

On a vacant site across the street, Atlas Capital Group received entitlements in early 2019 to build a seven-story complex containing more than 700 residential units.

A few blocks north on Main Street, a pair of warehouses is slated to make way for a mixed-use project featuring nearly 250 apartments.

The largest development in Chinatown is slated for a narrow strip of land overlooking the park, where Lincoln Property Company and the Riboli family are planning more than 900 apartments in a series of low-rise and high-rise buildings.