Chinatown Station is a 5.7-acre vacant parcel of land located just North of Downtown Los Angeles in the Chinatown District. This prime development site is presently being entitled for residential and retail space. The site immediately neighbors the Chinatown Metro Gold Line station which services East Los Angeles to Pasadena. The site also neighbors the 32-acre Los Angeles Historic State Park, known as The Cornfield, which is currently undergoing major renovations for approximately $20 million which will be transformative for the neighborhood. The park will include a welcome pavilion which will be home to an interactive exhibition by UCLA’s Interpretive Media Laboratory, a children’s play area, concession area, a flexible space that can be used for community events and festivals, a citrus grove, and a wetland area. A pedestrian overlook is also in place on the northwest side of the park, giving a view of downtown on one side and mountains on the other. The property is ideally located along Spring Street, a major north-south thoroughfare in Chinatown.