Work is finishing up at 1260 Patricia Avenue, in Simi Valley. The project will bring denser, taller housing to the neighborhood, on what used to be an empty lot. Adrian Stern is listed as the building applicant. A standout feature will be the rooftop terrace, with a barbecue, fire-pit, gaming, and lounging areas.
The structure is three stories tall with 67,200 square feet of floor. It reaches about 40 feet high. 54 units are inside, four of which are low income housing. There are 33 two bedroom layouts and 21 one bedroom layouts, with roughly one assigned parking space per a bedroom. There will also be a mail delivery space, a rideshare parking space, and two guest parking spaces, bringing the total number of spaces to 91.
A unique draw will be the resident movie theater. Other amenities include a dog park, tenant storage, and a 24-hour fitness center. Apartment interiors will feature latch electronic keyless entry systems, high-speed internet and cable TV included in the lease, nest air-conditioning thermostats, and side by side washer and dryers in the units.
Flewelling & Moody is the architecture firm behind the project, which was also worked on by Delane Engineering. An elevator and two stairways will provide access between levels. The style of the exterior is described as California Modern Contemporary. The lot is 1.82 acres overall.