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Adaptive reuse project brings co-living space to Los Angeles’s Hancock Park

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Adaptive reuse project brings co-living space to Los Angeles’s Hancock Park

Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects is designing the project.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | February 24, 2021
410 North Rossmore exterior

All renderings courtesy Domos Coliving

A new adaptive reuse project at 410 North Rossmore in Hancock Park is set to begin construction in July. 

The project looks to adapt the 1930s era building by including the addition of five floors with studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and co-living apartments. The building will be roughly split between 65% traditional and 35% co-living units with the ability to house 225 residents. In co-living suites, residents will have single occupancy private bedrooms and baths but will share kitchen and living room facilities.

“Cities grow incrementally. Our 410 Rossmore project represents a new paradigm and contribution for helping to address LA’s housing crisis,” said Lorcan O’Herlihy, Founder and Design Principal, LOHA, in a release. “Not only does it carefully adapt a 1930s era building, but creatively weaves additional housing in and above the original floors."

 

410 N Rossmore rooftop

 

Amenities will include a gym, a pool, a spa, amenity space on the ground floor, co-working extension spaces throughout the building, and a lounge deck and event space on the roof. Some floors will also incorporate open, outdoor living spaces.

Morley Builders will build the project, which is expected to take approximately 20 months to complete.

 

410 North Rossmore interior bedroom

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