Construction on The Wrapper Ascends Over La Cienega Station

The avant-garde building rising above the La Cienega Metro Station is in the process of taking on the outer layer from which it takes it’s name; The Wrapper 

Designed by architect Eric Owen Moss, the building will be supported by a series of curving steel ribbons wrapping exterior, which will permit for an open-layout interior free of columns. The tower will be more than 200 feet tall, culminating in a rooftop deck overlooking Los Angeles.  The Wrapper is being touted by Samitaur as the “pinnacle” of the Conjunctive Points – a series of unique office buildings developed by Samitaur and designed by Moss.  

The building on the southeast corner of Jefferson and National will consist of a 17-stories;  180,000 square feet of office space above retail space opening onto an adjoining bike trail, as well as a subterranean parking garage. Construction is currently on pace for completion in late 2021, according to a leasing brochure.

Photo credit UrbanizeLA


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