843 N Spring Street

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843 N Spring Street will be the first building in Los Angeles to utilize a cross-laminated timber (CLT) floor system. The 5-story, 125,000 square foot building employs a hybrid structural system comprised of a wide flange steel frame overlaid by CLT panels.

Every detail of this building was carefully thought through, whether it be the: linear recessed lighting banks running continuously across the floor plates, the concealed conduit and distribution systems that were buried in the concrete topping for future tenant uses, the dramatic 15’ CLT cantilevered balconies or the lush landscaping and floating staircases within the interior atrium inspired by the Oneonta Gorge. The detail of this building ensures that it will one of the most vibrant and architecturally significant office buildings that Los Angeles has seen for many years to come.