Adaptive Use: Obsolete Industrial to New Economy

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Monday, October 23, 2017 01:00 PM – 5:00 PM Departure: Convention Center, West Lobby (just off Gilbert Lindsay Drive) Tours
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adaptivereuseLocated in what were once obsolete industrial buildings in tired neighborhoods, three Los Angeles adaptive use projects demonstrate the potential for worn-out buildings to become thriving creative industrial hubs with concentrated tenant bases. The tour will begin in El Sereno at HATCH, an under-construction multitenant bioscience lab and office building that was once a furniture factory and warehouse. Next, in Lincoln Heights, the tour visits L.A. Prep, a warehouse converted to full-time production space for wholesale food producers. Then, it’s on to La Kretz Innovation Campus, a cleantech incubator in the heart of downtown L.A.’s Arts District. The tour will end at Angel City Brewery, also housed in a converted warehouse.

Things to Know

  • $50 per person.
  • Tour departs from the Los Angeles Convention Center. There will be a check-in table and sign indicating the meeting location for your tour group. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.
  • Afternoon refreshments included.
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.