3rd & A Construction Progress

Construction is right on track for the 3rd & A mixed-use building in Downtown San Diego, with the removal of the tower crane last weekend! Designed by Carrier Johnson + CULTURE, the new 21-story tower replaces the building that was previously occupied by our San Diego Design Studio, and will include 4,020 sf of ground-floor retail and 270 residential units with a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom options. Amenities include a rooftop pool, fitness center, dog wash and outdoor gathering space, and will offer residents breathtaking views of Balboa Park, Bankers’ Hill, the bay and Downtown.
📸Photo Credit: Alex Kacur

Alta Ink Construction Progress

Construction for our 5750 Hollywood Boulevard “Alta Ink” project in Los Angeles is making great progress! The exterior construction-metal panels are currently be installed around the building exterior, and storefront and unit windows installation is nearly complete. Also, interior drywall, millwork and flooring are being installed throughout the building. When complete, the mixed-use development will consist of 161 residential units and 5,700 sf of ground-floor retail.

📸 Photo Credit: Amir Livarjani @ Wood Partners


Carrier Johnson + CULTURE is Pleased to Announce and Welcome Lucianna Scordo to the Team

Carrier Johnson + CULTURE is pleased to announce and welcome Lucianna Scordo to the team as an Interior Architecture Director and Associate Principal. Her 20 plus years of experience in the field, numerous awards and design process of understanding a client’s core values while building a relationship will prove her to be an asset to the firm.
Read the full press release here: bit.ly/CJCWelcomesLuciannaScordo

CSU East Bay Topping Out Ceremony

The California State University, East Bay project reached an important milestone with the recent topping out ceremony! Designed by Carrier Johnson + CULTURE, the building will become a place of knowledge for the campus “that would be able to foster a 21st Century Learning Environment, and support the continuing growth of our students and our academic community,” according to Edward Inch, Provost at CSU East Bay.
With a commitment to looking towards the future, this building will also allow the campus to adapt to life after the pandemic. “This CORE building will allow us to do things differently in terms of working, and learning, and teaching,” says Cathy A. Sandeen, President at CSU East Bay.
🎥 Video Credit: California State University, East Bay