DOWNTOWN WEST MEDICAL

Location: 1120-1122 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90015

Developer: Inception Property Group

Contractor: Oltmans Construction Company

Architect: Ware Malcomb

The completion of the 300,000 square foot Downtown West Medical healthcare campus brings Class-A new outpatient ambulatory care and supporting healthcare to the historically underserved DTLA/Pico-Union/Westlake community. Anchored by HealthCare Partners, which is providing a range of primary, specialty and urgent care, Downtown West Medical’s scope includes a new, 60,000 square foot, four-story healthcare facility at 1120 W. Washington Blvd. The medical office building is connected to a new 190,000 square foot, nine-level multi-tenant parking structure constructed concurrently with the medical office building. Additionally, a plaza was designed and concurrently constructed to tie in the healthcare facility, the parking structure and an existing 50,000 square foot office building, which has been concurrently remodeled to compliment the healthcare facility, and which is being backfilled with smaller medical tenants (including LabCorp) to create a “medical mall.” Downtown West Medical has become the largest independent outpatient healthcare campus developed in the greater Downtown area.

LUNDQUIST INSTITUTE FOR BIOMEDICAL INNOVATION

Location: 1124 W Carson Street, Torrance

Contractor: DPR Construction

Architect: ZGF

The new Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation in Los Angeles is one of the most advanced research buildings in the United States. Designed to meet a variety of competing yet interconnected needs, the new building marries architecture and interiors to create a stunning home for the Institute and its 100+ distinguished research groups. The building is the centerpiece of the organization’s 10.25-acre campus which itself is located within the 72-acre Harbor-UCLA Medical Center campus.

FINALISTS

CEDARS-SINAI LAB

CEDARS-SINAI URGENT CARE & DERMATOLOGY

TORRANCE MEMORIAL

Return to Index

For reprint and licensing requests for this article, CLICK HERE.