District NoHo

North Hollywood, CA

District NoHo will serve as a new transit-orientated destination with 500,000 square feet of office space, 1,500 multifamily units including over 300 affordable apartments, and 100,000 square feet of food and beverage and neighborhood-serving retail.

Trammell Crow Company and its residential subsidiary, High Street Residential, have announced plans for a mixed-use project in the North Hollywood (NoHo) neighborhood of Los Angeles. The transit-oriented development, District NoHo, will encompass the redevelopment of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (Metro) Red and Orange Line portals into one of the premier transit hubs in Los Angeles.  

District NoHo will be comprised of eight buildings within 15.6 acres, including more than three acres of much-needed open space for the burgeoning NoHo Arts District. High Street Residential will develop the project’s six multifamily buildings, which will include approximately 300 affordable units and 1,200 market-rate units.

Excerpt from Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential Unveil Plans for District NoHo in North Hollywood | November 19, 2019

LA Metro is dedicated to nurturing vibrant, healthy and complete communities by fostering affordable housing and economic vitality near transit.

James T. Butts, Inglewood Mayor and Metro Board Chair

The project design is being spearheaded by master architect HKS and urban planning firm RELM.  As a demonstration of the commitment to creating an urban village with a variety of building designs, the developers selected the architecture firms of HKS, KFA, and Gensler to each design different key elements of the project, with RELM providing the design for the open space and landscape areas to cultivate the urban lifestyle.  

“LA Metro is dedicated to nurturing vibrant, healthy, and complete communities by fostering affordable housing and economic vitality near transit,” said Inglewood Mayor and Metro Board Chair James T. Butts. “We are pleased to have partnered with Trammell Crow Company and High Street Residential to create a model transit-oriented community that enhances the mobility experience for our transit customers.”

Trammell Crow Company will oversee development of the 400,000-square-foot 10-story office tower, which will include 18,000 square feet of retail space on the southwest corner of Lankershim and Chandler Boulevards. The tower is designed to emphasize indoor/outdoor connectivity, with balconies at every level, large open floor plans, and floor-to-ceiling glass to highlight the uninterrupted views.  

“In planning the retail experience of this project, we anticipate that District NoHo retailers will be a mix of local neighborhood businesses and national brands,” said Abbey Ehman of Trammell Crow Company. “We will bring in experiential retail options with a variety of exciting food and beverage providers complementary to existing local businesses that will activate the project’s open space to create a community environment where the neighborhood can gather and enjoy the experience of District NoHo.”

Client: LA METRO & Trammell Crow Company Architects: HKS, Gensler, KFA Landscape Architect: RELM Renderings: Courtesy HKS and RELM