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Projects proposed and in development in Los Angeles County

If you know of a project that is under development or is planned within Los Angeles County, you may add it below, and if you have information on the project, you can create an article for it, or we can research it and eventually create an article for it. Also, if you know a lot on a specific project listed, feel free to start an article for it, as we are slowly growing the wiki by one article at a time until we can get more people to speed up the growth of information on this site.

Central (Downtown Los Angeles, Mid-Wilshire)

  • In development
    • LAlive2

      L.A. Live model facing the Staples Center

      L.A. Live (Wikipedia link) - A one-of-a-kind entertainment campus, L.A. Live will provide Los Angeles' residents, commuters, guests and tourists with a world-class sports and entertainment destination. Building off of the tremendous success of Staples Center, L.A. Live will expand the entertainment content in downtown Los Angeles' South Park neighborhood with complementing venues, fully functioning broadcast studios, restaurants, cafes, cinemas, bowling lanes, music clubs and a cultural museum. [1]
    • Grand Avenue Project (Wikipedia link) - The $2.05 billion project, which is to be built on Grand Avenue next to the Walt Disney Concert Hall, is designed to give Los Angeles a thriving city center. It has been compared to, and is intended to be, the L.A. version of the Champs-Élysées of Paris and the Central Park of New York City. [2]
  • Proposed/Planned
    • Park Fifth Towers (Wikipedia link) - A planned $1 billion double tower luxury residential high-rise condominium complex overlooking Pershing Square in Los Angeles.
    • Regional Connector (Wikipedia link) - Proposed mass-transit rail project in Downtown Los Angeles, connecting the Blue and Expo Lines to the Gold and Eastside Lines and the Union Station. [3]

East (Eastside, San Gabriel Valley, portion of the Pomona Valley)

West (Westside, Beach Cities)

  • In development
    • Expo parkway

      Metro Expo Line grade-separated transit parkway (artist’s rendition on actual photograph).

      Metro Expo Line (Wikipedia link) - Metro light rail line under construction from Downtown Los Angeles to Culver City, with phase 2 planned to end in Santa Monica. [18] [19]
    • Santa Monica Place (renovation) (Wikipedia link) - Multimillion-dollar renovation that will lift the roof off the aging complex and turn it topsy-turvy, putting the food court on top, shops offering luxury and "fashion forward" goods on the two lower levels, a California native oak tree on the third level, and alfresco dining and ocean views.
  • Proposed/Planned
    • Westside Extension Transit Corridor "Subway to the Sea" - Extension of the Metro Purple Line (subway) heading west along Wilshire Blvd to Beverly Hills, Century City, Westwood and UCLA and on to the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica. [20] [21]
    • Crenshaw/Prairie Transit Corridor - A corridor within a study area that extends approximately 10 miles from Wilshire Boulevard on the north to El Segundo Boulevard on the south. Purpose is to connect the Metro Green Line at the south to the Metro Expo Line at the north through the cities of Inglewood, Hawthorne, El Segundo, as well as portions of Los Angeles and unincorporated County of Los Angeles. [22]

South (South Bay, Palos Verdes Peninsula, South Los Angeles, Gateway Cities)

North (San Fernando Valley, portions of the Antelope Valley and Santa Clarita Valley)

  • In development
    • San Fernando Valley Performing Arts Center- 1700-seat concert hall, 200-seat theatre, lecture hall, and KSCN Studios. Currently under construction at corner of Lindley and Nordhoff in Northridge, with opening planned for Fall 2010.
  • Proposed/Planned
    • Canoga Transportation Corridor - A northern extension of the Metro Orange Line in the western San Fernando Valley. Metro is preparing a study of various alternatives that would connect the Metro Orange Line Canoga Station with the Chatsworth Metrolink Station (and a possible on-street extension to the SR-118 Freeway). [25]

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