Large Architecture, HBA design Los Angeles' first Hyatt Centric

The first Hyatt Centric hotel is slated to open in Los Angeles’ Koreatown. Located at 3800 W. 6th Street on the southeast corner of Sixth Street and Serrano Avenue, this is the brand’s first foray into the Los Angeles metropolitan market.

Breaking ground this summer and set to open in mid-2020, the new Hyatt Centric hotel partnered with Large Architecture and Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) on its construction and design.

Developed by hospitality and real estate mogul Leo Lee, the project will part of a mixed-use 21-story hotel and residence complex with 122 condominium units, a 192-room hotel and 14,500 square feet of commercial and retail space on the ground and second floors.


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The development hopes to help the city meet its goals of building 100,000 new housing units and 10,000 new hotel rooms to accommodate tourists and business travelers.

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