PROJECTS IN THE WORKS
Refurbishing Los Angeles one building at a time
To create spaces and communities that promote the arts, protect architecture and nurture the environment.
Diamond In The Rough- Summer 2023
Overgrown weeds left this 1954 gem to rot in prime Polo Fields pocket of Brentwood. With an eye for the neglected, Nick Hadim Group has reimagined this forgotten estate featuring a brand new state of the art modern farmhouse with 7- bedrooms, and 7.5- bathrooms, in two stories, an outdoor lounge and barbecue, and a zero edge pool/ spa, this diamond is to re-earn it's place within the Brentwood Polo Fields just steps away from the Riviera Country Club.
In order to utilize the prime exterior environment, this build will be constructed with 50 feet of Fleetwood folding doors. It's these very projects which keep Nick Hadim Group motivated and continuously re-defining what it means to be a visionary.
Original 1950s Home - Winter 2022
Del Rey, CA
Originally built in 1953, and left untouched for over 69 years in the heart of Del Rey, CA. We have been fortunate to get our hands on yet another piece of forgotten property where we get to reimagine it the Nick Hadim way!
The renovated SFR will offer 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms with plenty of natural light and a large bifold door that opens into an oversized Brazilian IPE covered deck to create the perfect Californian indoor/outdoor living. The rear yard offers an outdoor lounge with barbecue, Fire Pit and mature grapefruit trees.
We are excited to complete this beauty. Stay Tuned!
Former Candy Manufacturing - Summer 2023
Avalon Blvd., Los Angeles 90011
The giant 40,000 SF two story former Candy Company building is one of our newest findings. It was built in 1935, and shortly after in 1942 it become the manufacturing plant for Los Angeles's largest Candy Manufacturer, Christopher Candy Company.
There are so many possibilities and so much we can do with this red brick beauty. We have completed the design phase to convert this gem into a major hub where creative minds can live, play, work and, create together. The design mix consists of Twenty Five creative spaces of Work, Live/Work and a specialty Coffee Shop.
The first floor spaces offer exposed wood beam ceiling, large industrial windows, concrete flooring and roll up doors, while the second floor units offer vintage wide plank wood flooring, mezzanine/ loft with private open air roof top decks which overlooks the one of a kind DTLA. All front facing units on both floors have the park view which is conveniently located across the street.
It is located just south of DTLA, one mile east of USC, and Banc of California soccer stadium.
Oh and by the way we are going to name it “Candy Company Lofts”. Stay tuned!
Los Angeles Historic District - Winter 2022
Washington Blvd., Los Angeles 90006
It's a golden opportunity when you come across a charming building in LA’s most preserved District- Harvard Heights.
The two-story building depicts the area's early 20th Century architecture characterized by fine craftsmen-style woodwork and high ceilings.
It’s convenient location and charming neighborhood makes it an opportunistic playground. Our plan is to re-imagine this charmer and convert it into five live/work studios. The idea is to preserve the historic aesthetic while creating a ground for creative minds and artists to live/ work & play!
Old Nick Candy Bar Manufacturing - Fall 2023
Jefferson Blvd., Los Angeles 90018
Old Nick featured a roll of fudge and nuts covered in milk chocolate. One of the most popular chocolate bars of its time. Once again we are lucky enough to get our hands on yet another super interesting site. Two adjacent structures were built in 1924 to become the home for the most famous candy manufacturer of its time.
We are in the process of converting the two buildings into what we call “Old Nick Lofts." The idea is to preserve its bones and reimagine the amazing structures into an awesome live/ work atmosphere. It will be a place where creative minds can live, work, play and create amazing things together.
The structures will consist of thirteen creative live/ work lofts with open to the sky rooftop deck, massive industrial windows, exposed wood beam ceiling, vintage hardwood flooring, a lush outside patio with fruit trees, and gated parking.
It is located half mile west of the USC village with easy access to DTLA and Culver City.
Former Japanese Language School
Converted to 7 creative live/ work studio + 1 cafe - 2022
Former Saki Liquor building
Converted into eight creative studios - 2022
Featuring 2,700 SF of Modern redesign, 3-bedrooms, 3.5- bathrooms, an outdoor lounge and barbecue, and a zero edge pool - 2021
Former Victory Outreach Church - Phase II Converted into 5 live/ work studios - 2019
Former Murray Baking Company Building - Converted into 6 live/ work lofts - 2019
Former Hollywood Trading Building - Phase II
Converted into Nine Creative Studios
Former Victory Outreach Church
Converted into Eight Live/ Work, and One Commercial Studio - 2017
Former Hollywood Trading Co. Building
Converted into Eight Creative studios - 2017
Former Charlie Chaplin Studio
Converted into Eighteen Creative studios - 2016
Former 1930s Cadillac Showroom
Converted into Eight Creative Studios - 2016
Former Body Shop
Converted into Five Creative Studios - 2015
Former Dye House Facility
Converted into Five Creative Studios- 2015
Former Food Processing Plant
Converted into Eight Creative Studios - 2014
Former Textile Facility
Converted into Fifteen Creative Studios - 2013
Former Culver Furniture Building
Converted into Nine Mixed Use Units- 2013
Former Auto Body Shop
Converted into Five Creative Studios - 2013
Former Sewing Factory
Converted into Twenty Four Creative Studios - 2012
Former Anheuser Busch Distribution Center
Converted into Eighteen Creative Studios - 2011
Former Clay Brown Body Shop
Ground Up Construction
Seven Creative Studios- 2011
S&M Lamp Factory
Converted into Eleven Creative Studios- 2011
Former Machine Shop
Converted into Five Creative Studios - 2008
Former Furniture Fabrication Plant
Converted into Twenty Four Creative Studios - 2008
Former Wonder Bread Building
Converted into Seven Creative Studios - 2007