Just east of the intersection of Adams Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue, the concrete frame of new office development from Redcar Properties is nearing its vertical peak.
The four-story building, now rising at 5788 W. Adams Boulevard, will consist of 38,000 square feet of offices atop a small ground-floor coffee shop upon opening. Plans also call for basement storage space, according to permit filings with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety.
RAC Design Build is designing the low-rise structure, which is depicted in renderings with balconies, a side-facing courtyard, and a rooftop deck.
Completion of 5788 Adams is expected later this year, according to a leasing brochure.
Redcar Properties, the developer, is planning similar projects in several Los Angeles neighborhoods - including Chinatown and its hometown of Santa Monica. In late 2019, the company purchased an office campus in Culver City for $73.5 million with the aim of redeveloping portions of the four-acre site on Jefferson Boulevard.
The project site is located less than a half-mile north of the Cumulus District, an 11-acre development from Carmel Partners which will feature more than 1,200 apartments and retail space – including a Whole Foods Market.
Other projects planned nearby include Kilroy Realty's proposed expansion of the Blackwelder office campus, a 254-unit apartment complex slated to replace parking lots on La Cienega Boulevard, and a mixed-use building which would replace a vacant auto garage on the opposite side of Adams Boulevard.
- 5788 W Adams Boulevard (Urbanize LA)