NEWS & PRESS
VAN NUYS DEVELOPMENT TO BREAK GROUND IN EARLY 2018
September 14, 2017
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ENTITLEMENTS APPROVAL FOR 7111 S. SEPULVEDA BLVD
March 26, 2017
Blue Arch Investments has added to what has already been a busy year. With the entitlements approval for yet another mixed-use project, Blue Arch is seeking to become a premier player in the Los Angles real estate market. The recently acquired entitlements has given way to a 180-unit development with 4,750SF of ground level retail. 7111 S. Sepulveda is a transit oriented project, located on the very active Sepulveda Blvd, just south of Sherman Way Blvd, and 1.5 miles away from Sepulveda Station. This 5-story development features a state of the art podium design with full amenities and ample parking.
ENTITLEMENTS APPROVAL FOR LA MIRAGE ON ROUTE 66
January 18, 2017
Blue Arch Investments is excited to announce the entitlements approval for a 193-unit development known as La Mirage on Route 66. The subject parcel currently consists of 8.8 acres of vacant land on the always bustling Foothill Blvd and offers easy access to the 10, 15, 60, and 210 freeways. The impending project is located in the highly desirable city of Rancho Cucamonga and enjoys compelling demographics, employment, and proximity to Victoria Gardens. This transit oriented development is located on the primary east-west corridor in Rancho Cucamonga with an average traffic count of 27,000 cars.
L.A. CITY COUNCIL SIGNS OFF ON HYATT CENTRIC HOTEL IN DTLA
March 4th, 2020
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The Los Angeles City Council has voted to affirm a recommendation from its Planning and Land Use Committee to deny an appeal of a proposed Hyatt Centric hotel in Downtown's Fashion District.
Blue Arch Investments, a Mid-Wilshire based real estate investment firm, is seeking to redevelop a small commercial building and parking lot at 1140 S. Broadway with a 15-story hotel tower. The project would include 139 guest rooms in addition to a 42-car garage.
AO is designing the hotel, which would stand approximately 198 feet in height. A rendering depicts a contemporary mid-rise structure capped by a rooftop deck.
The project's appeal, filed by neighboring property owner Jade Enterprises, objected to the design of the Hyatt hotel. Blue Arch's original project did not include a four-foot setback to allow for a widening of an alley which runs behind the property. Jade, which is planning a 30-story apartment tower on its property, is intending to widen its side of the alley.
Blue Arch resolved the disagreement by redesigning the project to account for the four-foot setback, according to a letter submitted to the City Council by the company's attorney. The letter requested that the appeal of the project's environmental clearance be denied.