Renderings for a new residential project have been released, proposed for development at 2601 Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica. The project proposal includes the construction of 500+ apartments constructed within 12 buildings. The project aims to replace a shopping center in the Ocean Park neighborhood with one of the city’s largest apartment complexes.
Balboa Retail Partners and Cypress Equity Investments is the project developer. Koning Eizenberg Architecture is responsible for the designs.
The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 4.7 acres. Plans call for the construction of 12 six-story buildings offering 521 residential units. The residential units will be designed as a mix of studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom floor plans. The complex will also house commercial space on the ground floor spanning an area of 30,000 square feet. Parking for 825 vehicles will also be provided on the site.
Renderings reveal six-story high buildings, designed on a network of interwoven courtyards juxtaposed with public and private landscaped areas. Exteriors designs feature a combination of grey metal paneling, composite wood siding, white sand finish cement plaster, and fiber cement board.
A project proposal was presented to the Santa Monica Architectural Review Board earlier this month. The project awaits review and approval. The proposed construction timeline anticipates 2024 as the completion date. The project site is located at the southeast corner of Lincoln Boulevard and Ocean Park Avenue.