The City of Los Angeles is seeking proposals for the adaptive re-use of the historic Lincoln Heights Jail. A Request for Proposals was issued on March 16, 2017 and is due on June 9, 2017.
The Lincoln Heights Jail presents an exciting and unique opportunity to combine the adaptive reuse of a historic building with an innovative mix of uses in a vibrant community along the Los Angeles River. The Art Deco facility was built in 1931 and functioned as a City jail until 1965. Since then, the building has served as a non-profit performing arts venue and has been used as a popular location for film and video shoots. As a stand-alone structure, the building commands exceptional visibility from multiple vantage points and can be seen by thousands of Gold Line transit riders every day.
Link to RFP is located in Documents section below.
Created on April 3rd, 2017 (last updated 5 months ago)