Three Altitude Projects Win LABJ Commercial Real Estate Awards

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The Los Angeles Business Journal recently announced the winners of its 2022 Commercial Real Estate Awards, and we’re proud that Altitude has been part of the design teams involved in three of them:

Vermont Corridor, a new Class A office tower developed by Trammell Crow, earned the Silver Award in the Headquarters category. The 21-story building is the home of L.A. County’s Departments of Mental Health and Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services. Altitude designed the building’s architectural signage and wayfinding program.

888 North Douglas, Hackman Capital’s transformation of a former aerospace manufacturing facility into a thriving creative campus in El Segundo, earned the Bronze Award in the Redevelopment category. Altitude’s new visual identity for the repositioned property fuels a cohesive system of branding, architectural signage and wayfinding that unifies this 30-acre site and its four massive, historic buildings.

Llewellyn, a new community from High Street Residential near downtown L.A.’s Chinatown, earned the Bronze Award in the Multi-Family category. Altitude’s branding for the property shapes residents’ early touchpoints, including the website, social media, stationery, and a branded Airstream trailer; and extends into the building with environmental graphics and directional signage that position Llewellyn as a high-end yet approachable community hub.

Congratulations to the teams involved in these three projects, and to all of LABJ’s winners—a wonderful reflection of the inspiring design work and exciting growth taking place in the Los Angeles region.