Mixed-use L.A. development tops off

Oceanwide Plaza in downtown Los Angeles is expected to open in 2019.
Photo courtesy Oceanwide Plaza/PRNewsfoto

Oceanwide Plaza, the first U.S. project for international developer Oceanwide Holdings, has topped off its three residential and hotel towers in downtown Los Angeles. Designed by CallisonRTKL, plans for the mixed-use development include a new Park Hyatt hotel, residential units, retail space, and restaurants.

“We are thrilled to be topping off Oceanwide Plaza and look forward to delivering this extraordinary project to downtown Los Angeles,” said Thomas Feng, CEO of Oceanwide Plaza. “As one of the largest mixed-use projects in the history of the city, Oceanwide Plaza is not only reshaping the city’s skyline, it is also redefining urban living by curating an amenity-rich lifestyle.”

According to Oceanwide Holdings, the plaza will feature the first Park Hyatt hotel and branded residences on the West Coast, comprising of a 184-room Park Hyatt Los Angeles hotel, topped by 164 hotel-serviced residential units. The development’s two south towers, which will be known as the Residences at Oceanwide Plaza, will offer an additional 340 residences. Further amenities include a fitness center, children’s play area, basketball court, and a 2-acre (0.8-ha) sky park.

The development’s retail component, known as Collection at Oceanwide Plaza, will span approximately 14,214 m2 (153,000 sf).

Oceanwide Plaza is slated for completion in 2019.

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