Just south of Los Angeles State Historic Park in Chinatown, vertical construction is complete for a new mixed-use apartment complex from Portland-based developer NBP Capital.

Construction at 200 W Mesnager AvenueUrbanize

In the seven months since we last put the spotlight on 200 W. Mesnager Avenue, a red tower crane that has graced the Chinatown skyline for the best part of the past year has disappeared, as the project reaches its six- and seven-story peak. When completed, the complex will feature a total of 280 apartments above 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and offices space. Parking for 300 parking vehicles will be located on two subterranean levels.

GBD Architects is designing 200 Mesnager, which is portrayed in renderings as a pair of contemporary podium-type building which are centered on large courtyard space. Plans also call for amenities including a yoga studio, a dog park, and a swimming pool.

The project is on track to debut in 2024.

View from courtyard at 200 W Mesnager StreetGBD Architects

Work on 200 Mesnager continues as an nearby industrial building at 1457 N. Main Street makes way for a larger 376-unit live/work development. Other large projects in the Chinatown area include proposed high-rise buildings overlooking L.A. State Historic Park at 942 North Broadway and on a narrow strip of land just south of the L.A. River.

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