Exterior development can be seen hatching at 1421-1439 West Adams Boulevard in Santa Monica. The project proposal includes the construction of a mixed-use building with residences and retail space. Orion Capital is the project developer. Next Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.
An affordable housing project has neared its sixth and final stage in completing the wood framing at 3960 Grand View Boulevard in Mar Vista, Santa Monica. The project proposal includes the construction of 50 affordable housing units with onsite amenities. Named, Vista Ballona, the project is being developed by Community Corp. of Santa Monica. FSY Architects is managing the design concept and construction.
Community Corp of Santa Monica celebrated the successful groundbreaking of an affordable housing project at 1819 Pico Boulevard in Santa Monica. The project proposal includes constructing a four-story building with residential units, commercial space, and basement parking. The $41-million project has secured generous funding from tax credit equity, a bank loan, and $13.3 million provided by the City of Santa Monica.
1500 South Granville Avenue was recently completed in Santa Monica. The project was developed by CIM Group, and then sold to UCLA for student housing. The 2.6-acre lot used to be a car dealership. The address is the second half of the project, 11800 Santa Monica Boulevard was completed earlier, and currently hosts a Target, as well as other retail and housing on the upper levels.
New three-story development can be seen at 1829 14th Street in Pico, Santa Monica. The non-profit developer, Community Corporation of Santa Monica, has successfully launched an affordable housing project. The project is a housing complex reserved for senior citizens; persons aged 62 and older.
DE Architects is responsible for the design concepts and construction.