ONE SANTA FE IN
One Santa Fe was featured in the Architect’s Newspaper on March 3, 2016. The piece addresses both the scale and density of the mixed-use project. Writer Victor Jones observed that “the project does represent a moment in which architecture reestablishes a foothold at the table of civic engagement, a turning point where architects reclaim their rightful place as visionaries of large-scale urban propositions that influence urban policy, planning, and city growth.”
The award-winning 510,000 sf, 438-unit One Santa Fe building was completed in 2015. Located at the eastern edge of the Arts District on Santa Fe Avenue, the building stretches more than a quarter of a mile and runs parallel to the Los Angeles River and adjacent railroad. The building includes 438 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments and an expansive public plaza with restaurants, shops, and a neighborhood grocery.