A mixed-use project has reached completion at 12444 Chandler Boulevard in Valley Village. The project proposal includes the construction of new apartments and retail space next to the G Line busway.
Yaron Levy is the project developer. GMPA Architects is responsible for the designs.
More than two years after our last update, completion nears for a five-story building which features 69 one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. The apartment complex will also feature 4,250 square feet of street-fronting retail space and a 140-car garage. In exchange for density bonus incentives permitting greater height and floor area than allowed by zoning rules, the developer will be required to set aside nine of the apartments as very low-income affordable housing.
Matching the renderings with the completed form, the structure seems to lack the colorful paint scheme depicted in project renderings. In addition to housing, the complex will include amenities such as a recreation deck, a gym, and a community room.
The apartment complex follows a handful of similar new residential buildings along the path of the G Line, such as the 60-unit Art Set NoHo apartments just over one mile to the east. The mixed-use apartment complex is located near the G Line busway’s Laurel Canyon Station in Valley Village.