Los Angeles, California
Client: Trammell Crow
Renderings courtesy Trammell Crow and Gensler
Wayfinding & Signage Design
Architectural Graphic Design
Trammell Crow Company (TCC) and High Street Residential (HSR), in a public-private partnership with the County of Los Angeles, Public Facilities Group (PFG) and Meta Housing Corporation, announces that construction has officially begun on Vermont Corridor. The project is comprised of three sites that will include a 468,000-square-foot premier, Class A headquarters for the County of Los Angeles’s Department of Mental Health and Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services.
Construction will occur throughout multiple phases, starting with the construction of the Vermont Corridor County Administration Building. The Vermont Corridor County Administration Building, a 21-story, Class A office tower designed by Gensler, will feature approximately 468,000 square feet of office space with up to 7,500 square feet of ground floor retail and a peer resource center. The office tower will serve as the new administrative headquarters for the County’s Department of Mental Health as well as Los Angeles County’s Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services. The project will feature first-class fitness facility, open office floor layouts, an outdoor terrace with a large amenity deck, large indoor/outdoor conference space and a press room. The development team is seeking LEED® Silver certification. Hathaway Dinwiddie serves as the general contractor. Project completion is anticipated Q4 2021.