Urbanize Goes Inside The Trust Building
Take a 3D Tour of the Historic Core's Trust Building
Last month, Rising Realty Partners granted us a tour of The Trust Building, a historic building now in the midst of a full restoration in Downtown Los Angeles.
Completed in 1928 at 433 S. Spring Street, the 11-story structure will offer 320,000 square feet of rentable space atop ground-floor retail upon completion later this year. Originally known as the Title Insurance and Trust Building, it is being redesigned by a team that includes Gensler and Architectural Resources Group to make the vintage property appeal to modern tenants.
Downtown News names The Trust Building as one of the projects to watch in 2018
Rising Realty Partners has unveiled three-dimensional renderings of the Trust Building, an office restoration project now underway on Spring Street.
Built in 1928, the 11-story, 320,000-square-foot building is located at 433 S. Spring Street. The historic structure, previously slated for adaptive reuse as condominiums, is instead being retrofitted as creative office space with ground-floor commercial space.
An Art Deco Masterpiece Is Coming Back To Life In The Historic Core
Nelson and Christopher Rising, who breathed new life into the low-slung Financial District office complex Park DTLA, and later transformed the One Bunker Hill edifice into the shiny and restored CalEdison, are at it again. Their Rising Realty Partners, in partnership with Lionstone Investments, is expected to complete a renovation of the former Title Insurance Building by mid-year.
Rising Takes On More Historic Restorations
By Andrea Alonso | LA Magazine
The Historic Core continues its zealous surge of redevelopment with the current restoration of The Trust Building on Spring Street. Rising Realty Partners has just released its first renderings of the building’s ambitious makeover, the largest restoration project to take place on Spring. A historic gem of the Old Bank District, the stunning 11-story Art Deco building will be retrofitted with creative offices above ground-floor retail and restaurant space, all while retaining its historic character and architectural integrity. Rising Realty partnered with design and architecture firm Gensler to execute their vision. Its grand re-opening is slated for Summer 2018.
Restoration begins on Title Insurance Building’s gorgeous Art Deco facade
By Kelsi Maree Borland | GlobeSt.com
Rising Realty Partners has cracked the code on historic office renovations. It’s phenomenal success with the PacMutual Building has sparked other historic renovation projects in the Downtown market. Currently, the firm is working on the CalEdison, formerly One Bunker Hill, and the Trust Building. To oversee the projects, Rising has tapped Adam Lev to lead the restoration. Lev, who worked on the Row in Downtown, sat down with us to talk about the two projects, how Rising is perfecting office and why historic projects resonate with office tenants.
To get things done in California, listen like Nelson Rising
By Bianca Barragan | Curbed LA
Work to restore the the gorgeous facade of the Title Insurance and Trust Building in Downtown’s Historic Core is underway. The Art Deco building, newly rechristened the Trust Building by owners Rising Realty Partners and Lionstone Investments, has been somewhat neglected over the years, though it’s been used often as a filming location.
Work Ramps up at the Title Insurance Building
By Joe Mathews | SF Chronicle
What do we do now, Nelson Rising?
I pose that question not just because this is a confusing era. And not just because no living Californian is better than Nelson Rising — developer, lawyer, civic leader — at navigating our state’s complexities.
Title Insurance Building To Undergo Creative Office Conversion
Rising Realty Partners is refurbishing the historic structure as modern creative offices.
Renovations Underway at Art Deco Title Insurance and Trust Building Downtown
By Cathaleen Chen | The Real Deal Los Angeles
Downtown’s Title Insurance and Trust building is getting a creative makeover.
Spearheaded by the L.A.-based development firm Rising Realty Partners, the iconic and currently vacant Art Deco structure will undergo a $40 million renovation to become creative offices.
Title Insurance Building Acquired For Creative Office Redevelopment
By Bianca Barragan | Curbed LA
Redevelopment in the Historic Core is blowing up
A team of developers headed up by Rising Realty Partners is planning to turn the empty Title Insurance and Trust building on Spring Street in the Historic Core into creative offices, says the LA Times. In fact, work is already underway, and the renovation is expected to cost about $40 million. (Other members of the development team include Lionstone Investments and Industry Partners.)
By Andrew Khouri | LA Times
A development group led by Rising Realty Partners plans to transform the vacant Title Insurance and Trust building in downtown Los Angeles into creative offices, a roughly $40-million renovation job.