3000 Crenshaw has yet to break ground in West Adams District. CIM Group is behind the project. The development, “Aims to bring value to the neighborhood by creating more employment opportunities while enhancing the walkability and streetscape of Crenshaw Boulevard.”
The structure will replace a youth center building and the separate youth academy owned by West Angeles Church of God in Christ. The church has a separate meetinghouse across the street. Plans in the new design call for a three story commercial building. There will be 55,700 square feet of office space in total, with a 4,200 square foot roof top deck.
Standout features include outdoor balcony spaces, an outdoor patio, large operable windows with 13’ floor-to-ceiling height, central elevator access, and a divisible floor plan. In the two levels of subterranean parking, there will be 91 total parking spaces, 67 standard spaces and 24 EV charging spaces. 17 bicycle parking spaces will be provided.
Shubin Donaldson is the architect on record for the sleek, contemporary design. The site is two blocks from the Metro E Line (Expo) and upcoming Crenshaw/LAX Rail. Project estimates place completion in the second quarter of 2023.