New plans are underway for an abandoned commercial building to be remodeled into a site housing a new mixed-use project at 12727 Washington Boulevard in Culver City. The proposal includes the construction of a building with multi-family apartments and space for retail use. A fire engulfed the property site in 2019.
Vancouver-based Bastion Development Corp. purchased the wedge-shaped site in 2018. PK Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.
Named Triangle Center, the project calls for developing a six-story building showcasing 144 multi-family residential units. Commercial space on the ground floor spanning an area of 19,100 square feet. A two-level subterranean parking space is proposed. 19 of the apartments will be reserved as deed-restricted affordable housing. 5,000 square feet of public open space is planned.
Renderings reveal an L-shaped floor plan above the podium level with space for a pool courtyard. An amenity deck on the second floor is also proposed. Bastion acquired the Triangle Center property for $17.5 million. The estimated date of project completion is not announced yet.
The project site is located between Culver City and the City of Los Angeles, neighboring another mixed-use apartment building.