843 N Spring Street, situated adjacent to the Chinatown Metro station, represents a significant architectural undertaking led by LEVER, Shawmut Construction, and James Corner Field Operations. This project, notable for its pioneering use of cross-laminated timber in Los Angeles, comprises a five-story structure offering approximately 122,000 square feet of office space, in addition to 7,000 square feet designated for ground-floor retail and a garage capable of accommodating 141 vehicles. The building's design utilizes cross-laminated timber for both ceilings and floors, supported by a steel framework, highlighting an innovative approach to sustainable construction materials. The project signifies an advanced integration of environmentally conscious design principles and materials in urban development, reinforcing the architectural community's commitment to innovative and sustainable construction practices. Learn more about LEVER's project 843 N Spring Street.