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Metro is proceeding with a number of Joint Development efforts in the heart of the Boyle Heights community, located on parcels immediately adjacent to or within walking distance to the Metro L (Gold) Line. The sites are as follows:
Division 6 is a former Metro bus maintenance facility located blocks from Venice Beach and within a half-mile radius of Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Windward Circle. The site presents opportunities for developing additional housing, retail and community space in an extremely desirable location.
Metro is beginning the process of exploring joint development opportunities at the El Monte Transit Station.
The Expo/Crenshaw Station Joint Development site sits at the northern terminus of the K Line and spans over two parcels – a Los Angeles County Probation Department facility slated for relocation and a Metro-owned parcel
Sitting at the crossroads of multiple downtown Los Angeles neighborhoods, the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station Joint Development site is directly adjacent to the under-construction Regional Connector Transit Project station.
The North Hollywood Station Joint Development site spans several Metro-owned parcels at the intersection of the B Line (Red) and G Line (Orange), the busiest transit hub in the San Fernando Valley.
Taylor Yard is a former 242-acre rail yard located on the Los Angeles River, north of Elysian Park and the I-5/Arroyo Seco Parkway intersection. Metro is developing a mixed-use community on approximately 17.75 acres of Metro-owned property in Taylor Yard.
The Vermont/Santa Monica B Line Station Joint Development project presents opportunities to bring additional housing, retail, and community-serving space to the heart of East Hollywood.
Westlake/MacArthur Park Station Phase B
The Westlake/MacArthur Park B and D Line Station Joint Development project presents opportunities to bring additional housing, vendor space and community-serving retail to the Westlake Community. Metro is partnering with Walter J. Company to build more affordable and market-rate housing at the Westlake/MacArthur Park Station on the B Line (Red) and D Line (Purple). This joint development project at Alvarado Street and Westlake Avenue would include 434 market-rate apartments, 234 income-restricted apartments, 300 hotel rooms, retail amenities and open space. The proposal includes redevelopment of the existing Metro plaza in conjunction with the construction of two high-rise buildings on two adjacent lots owned by the developer. The plaza improvements would enhance connectivity and transit access throughout the block.