March 30, 2017
Los Angeles’ Arts District lures developers — but loses artists
Glass towers and international designers are heading to Los Angeles’ Arts District, the downtown neighbourhood filled with converted warehouses, industrial lots and funky art spaces.
March 14, 2017
Brookfield, Pulte move into Potomac Shores
Potomac Shores, the SunCal 1,920-acre mixed-use community 30 miles south of Washington, D.C., has added Brookfield Residential and Pulte Homes to its home-builder lineup. They join NVHomes and Ryan Homes, which together have sold more than 400 homes and sold-out three neighborhoods during the past three years.
“We’re pleased to add …
March 09, 2017
Bombastic, brand-name architecture is transforming the L.A. Arts District
Los Angeles’s Arts District neighborhood is seeing a rapid influx of large-scale, developer-driven mixed-use projects, which are poised to upend the enclave’s status as an affordable, artists’ neighborhood.
March 06, 2017
Potomac Shores Recreational Complex Dedicates 13,000 Square Feet to Leisure
For SunCal, the New York–based developer of the Potomac Shores residential community, the genesis of its 1,920-acre development in Virginia’s Prince William County was a 13,000-square-foot recreational complex.
March 02, 2017
Herzog & de Meuron’s LA Arts District Will Take Almost Two Decades to Complete
Last fall, Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron proposed a massive mixed-use development on a megablock in Los Angeles’ Arts District — a design that’s unlike anything else in the low-rise neighborhood.