Meeting Today for Residence at 2815 South Beach Avenue, Venice, Los Angeles

2815 South Beach Avenue2815 South Beach Avenue via Breakform Design

Remodeling and vertical expansion have been proposed for a single-family residence at 2815 South Beach Avenue in Venice, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the vertical expansion of an existing single-family residence. Plans call for the demolition of an existing two-car garage on the site.

Breakform Design is responsible for the designs.

2815 South Beach Avenue Section

2815 South Beach Avenue Section via Breakform Design

The project site is a parcel spanning an area of 3,978 square feet. The scope of work includes the construction of a two-story Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) spanning an area of 612 square feet. A roof deck and roof deck access structure will also be constructed, along with garage for two cars.

The existing single-family residence is a four-bedroom two-bathroom house offering 2,256 square feet. The lower level consists of two bedrooms and one recently remodeled bathroom and renovated kitchen. The lower level also has a living room & family room/den with a wood-burning brick fireplace. Upstairs has two more spacious bedrooms plus a bonus office/den space, high exposed ceilings, and an over-sized skylight that saturates with natural light.

2815 South Beach Avenue North Elevation

2815 South Beach Avenue North Elevation via Breakform Design

Onsite amenities include lush front and backyards with grapevines, fruit trees, a vegetable garden, outdoor shower, fire pit, and hot tub.

A project application has been submitted, pending review and approval. A project review meeting has been scheduled today at 10:30 am, details of joining can be found here.

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1 Comment on "Meeting Today for Residence at 2815 South Beach Avenue, Venice, Los Angeles"

  1. JohnMichael O'Connor | March 19, 2024 at 4:06 pm | Reply

    A butt ugly building.

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