A new residential project has been fully-framed at 20000 Prairie Avenue in Chatsworth. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use complex offering spaces for residences, shops, restaurants, and parking. The property site was once an L.A. Times printing plant, but has served as the headquarters of MGA Entertainment since 2019
Uncommon is the project developer. Works Progress Architecture, a Portland-based firm, is responsible for the designs.
Rebar and concrete pillars are rising on the project site for 24 Campus, a mixed-use complex offering residential units, shops, restaurants, and other amenities. Besides the 255,000 square feet of commercial space occupied by MGA, the property is also entitled for a total of 660 apartments with shops and restaurants on the ground floor.
After the completion of the initial apartment buildings on the site, which sit at Prairie and Winnetka, construction commenced last year for the final components of the project along the southern edge of the site adjacent to a busy rail corridor.
Four distinct landscapes were conceptually developed and programmed from an extensive list of amenities including, but not limited to; community gardens, a public plaza and amphitheater, children’s playground and a community dog park. These programs extend upwards and onto the building, forming a continuous vegetated link between the ground level plaza and rooftop amenities of various heights.
The project is in its third phase, dubbed Buildings “A” and “B.” Building permits describe a pair of six-story buildings featuring 89 and 172 apartments. The project site is located at the intersection of Prairie Street and Winnetka Avenue.
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