Morley Builders selected for Los Angeles’ adaptive reuse project


Domos Rossmore LLC has selected Morley Builders to execute the design vision of Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects (LOHA) for 410 North Rossmore in Hancock Park in Los Angeles.

The adaptive reuse project is slated to begin the construction phase in July and will take approximately 20 months to complete.

Work will include the addition of five floors with studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and co-living apartments, providing the building with attainable rental space. The renderings showcase 65% traditional and 35% co-living units throughout the building with the ability to house 225 residents. In co-living suites, residents will have single occupancy private bedrooms and baths but share kitchen and living room facilities.

The new plans also include a gym, pool, spa and amenity space on the ground floor, coworking extension spaces throughout the building and a lounge deck and event space on the roof. In addition, some of the floors incorporate open, outdoor living spaces.

John Labib and Associates has been hired to navigate the seismic safety upgrades of the building, while adhering to the intent of the U.S. Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.


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