Swinerton provided preconstruction and construction services of a 18-story, 365,000-square-foot, high-rise residential apartment tower. The project is located on the corner of Virgil and Wilshire, right in the middle of Koreatown. This 18-story residential apartment tower consists of 190 residential units, four-levels of above grade parking with 291 stalls, two-levels of penthouse floors, and 5,000 square feet of ground level retail space. The first floor has an amenity lounge, complete with a gym and golf simulator. There is also a sky deck with a rooftop lounge, pool, jacuzzi, and clubhouse, offering expansive views of the Downtown Los Angeles skyline. The facade is a mix of window wall, CMU for parking structure sides, and curtain wall at ground level and fitness center at roof.
The 3033 Wilshire project featured a mixture of wood, tile and carpet flooring as well as high-end coatings and wall coverings through-out. Additionally, the project featured full build-out of the leasing and management offices combining high-end built-in work spaces with a variety of FF&E components. Swinerton was instrumental in the management and integration of new Los Angeles Fire Department requirements as they evolved throughout the life of the project including enhanced video monitoring, integrated security systems and extensive wayfinding packages. The Swinerton team was also able to utilize extensive pull planning efforts to help facilitate phased turn-over of spaces while minimizing the impact of ongoing construction work to the occupied areas.
Swinerton self-performed the entire structural concrete scope. The SoCal Concrete Group has an extensive track record of proven success, having self-performed many large-scale concrete and CIP parking structures.