Inside the Koreatown apartment complex with a ground-floor Target
Oct 19, 2017
By: Bianca Barragan, Curbed Los Angeles
Koreatown’s Next on Sixth is one of more than 40 new developments planned for the neighborhood, and when it opens this weekend, it will bring 398 new market-rate apartments to market in the walkable neighborhood.
The complex will also bring a Target to Koreatown. One of the company’s smaller “urban concept” stores, this location will measure a mere 22,000 square feet. Previous reports had said that the smaller store would sell groceries, clothing, accessories, and electronics, and also hold a pharmacy.
The seven-story mixed use building at Sixth Street and Virgil Avenue will offer tenants access to an array of amenities, including a swimming pool, a gym, a coffee bar, and a golf range. The building was designed by Killefer Flammang Architects.
Move-ins to the studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments at Next on Sixth occurred last weekend. A spokesperson for developer Century West Partners tells Curbed that rents in the building range from $2,575 to $3,400.
This new development is a stone’s throw from even more proposed projects.
Right by Next on Sixth, the Grand Spa has plans to add a six-story hotel to a parking lot behind its existing spa building. The new hotel would offer 99 guest rooms and sit atop a parking structure. A block away, near Sixth and Westmoreland, plans filed with the city call for 77 live/work lofts over retail space.