Los Angeles City Council has given the go-ahead for the construction of Stockdale Capital medical office in Los Angeles, California. The 12-story Class A medical office building will be built at 656 S. San Vicente Boulevard in the city’s Westside district.
Developed by Stockdale Capital, the 230-foot Stockdale Capital medical office in Los Angeles will have a total area of 145,000-square-foot. The building was created by ZGF Architects of Downtown. It features floor-to-ceiling glass walls with rounded angles that pay homage to Streamline Moderne.
On the ground floor, the $250 million medical office tower has 5,000 square feet of retail space. Additionally, it has 418 podium parking spaces and eateries in addition to living gardens. Spread on the ground and upper floors, the gardens will feature low water consumption and drip irrigation.
Reportedly, there will be more plants and green space. There is also the possibility of a solar energy integration system into the Stockdale Capital medical office building. Moreover, the use of recycled materials, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems, and energy-efficient design is also being considered.
Furthermore, the San Vicente side’s outdoor grounds would have lush landscaping next to the building’s mirrored windows. Upon completion, expectedly in 2023, Stockdale Capital medical office building in Los Angeles will provide surgery, invasive outpatient treatments, laboratory space, and patient-centered medical space.
Development of the Stockdale Capital medical office building in Los Angeles
Plans for the construction of the Stockdale Capital medical office in Los Angeles have been in the works for over five years since 2016 when Stockdale allocated US$ 23M for the project. During this period, three unsuccessful appeals were made against the 656 San Vicente project, which is located a mile south of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
The Beverly Wilshire Homeowners’ Association, the Supporters Alliance for Environmental Responsibility, a union-affiliated organization, and attorney Michael Yadegari, who was backed by neighbors from the neighborhood, were among the appellants.
Further, the medical office skyscraper is one of several sizable new construction projects under construction along San Vicente north of Wilshire Boulevard, including a new patient tower at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. There will be 203 beds in the nine-story, 405,000-square-foot structure that will replace a parking lot and a medical building.