PCL : The Market @ Ninth and Flower
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The Market @ Ninth and Flower

Project Overview

The Market at 9th and Flower is a mixed-use complex in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. The lofts span six stories above a street-level retail space that includes the area’s first supermarket since the 1950s. Lofts range from 650 square feet to 1,450 square feet. The 267 chic flex lofts have private residents-only parking.

A few months before the construction start date, the owner deleted the separate parking component, added another story to the building, reorganized some of the housing units, and changed the architect. In order to start on the original date while maintaining the budget, PCL worked in a collaborative manner to drive the preconstruction effort in a short period of time. PCL was able to achieve the owner’s goals by splitting the project into separate contract phases and guaranteeing the price on a phase-by-phase basis. Organizing bid packages and buy-outs to support a timely start and flow, using design-assist subcontractors for key trades, and working with the owner to add subcontractors and update the budget in a controlled fashion allowed for detailed scope adjustments and design revisions to occur within the overall project budget constraints.

DETAILS

CLIENT:
The Lee Group, Inc.
PROJECT LOCATION:
Los Angeles, CA
PCL OFFICE:
Los Angeles – Buildings Construction
COMPANY:
PCL Construction Services, Inc.
SECTOR:
Buildings
MARKETS:
Commercial, Residential
DELIVERY METHOD:
General Contracting

Awards

2010 Best of Downtown - Best Built-from-Ground-Up Residential Building - Los Angeles Downtown News

10 Most Important Projects of the Last 10 Years - #4 (Ralphs Component) - Los Angeles Downtown News

Best of 2007 Awards - Residential Category (Southern California) - California Construction Magazine

Gold Nugget Grand Award - Best Mixed-Use Project - Pacific Coast Builders Conference

2009 Best Mid-Rise Condominium Community Finalist - Pillars of the Community