Articles by Stefany Hedman

5501 North Laurel Canyon Boulevard. Image by Khorramian Group Architects.

Exterior Wrapping up at 5501 North Laurel Canyon Boulevard, in Valley Village

Exterior work is wrapping up at 5501 N. Laurel Canyon Boulevard, in Valley Village. The project will bring denser housing, along with some low income units to the area. Recent renderings show a redesign of the exterior aesthetic, while structural elements remain the same. Permits were initially filed in 2016, but then delayed to meet disabled access requirements. The site previously contained a smaller commercial structure.

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Harbor Boulevard and Fifth Street. Rendering via Land Advisors.

“Beachwalk” Approved in Oxnard, at Harbor Boulevard and Fifth Street

The “Beachwalk” project has been approved for Oxnard, at the intersection of Harbor Boulevard and Fifth Street. The development has also been referred to as “Northshore at Mandalay Bay” or, “North Shore Subdivision Specific Plan.” SunCal is the latest developer for a site, which has been in the works since the 1990’s, when it was originally proposed as a mixture of residential, commercial, and tourism facilities.

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3717 Fruit Street. Rendering via City of La Verne.

New Development Proposed at 3717 Fruit Street, in La Verne

A new development has been proposed in La Verne. The current working title is “The Fruit Street Site,” located at 3717 Fruit Street, in the central portion of the city. The developer is Brandywine Homes. The proposal is part of a larger project that would include eight new low income, detached single family homes on Walnut Street, in the southern portion of the city.

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1101 Flower Street. Rendering by CallisonRTKL.

Work Picking up on Oceanwide Plaza at 1101 Flower Street in Downtown

Work is picking up on the Oceanwide Plaza, in Downtown Los Angeles at 1101 Flower Street. The site was supposed to open in 2019, but has been stalled for a variety of reasons. When completed, it will bring 504 units to the popular area, just across the street from the Staples Center. CallisonRTKL is the architecture firm for the development.

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