Construction has begun for a residential project at 5627 Fernwood Avenue, Hollywood in Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a supportive housing complex. Non-profit developer PATH Ventures is the project developer. The Architects Collective is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
750 South Kingsley Drive has reached full height, in Koreatown. The project will bring denser housing, as well as low-income housing, to the area. Sabet Properties is behind the development.
Plans to construct a new mixed-use complex at 3401 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, have moved forward. The project proposal includes redeveloping the site into a multifamily housing complex with office space. The site currently houses a self-storage facility that is slated for demolition. Australian real estate and investment firms Lendlease and Aware Super are developing the project. Documents show Lendlease purchased the project site for approximately $90 million six months ago. New York-based firm The SHoP Architects is responsible for the design concept and construction.
Framing is starting to rise at 321 South Oxford Avenue, in Koreatown. The project will bring denser housing and a few low-income units to the area. New Creation Engineering & Development are the primary contractors for the project. A couple of smaller residential buildings were previously at the location.
The Point Mugu Naval Base Ventura County will hold a groundbreaking ceremony today, July 27, for its $53 million Coast Guard Air Station. The project proposal includes the development of the new air station in Southern California. Woolpert is responsible for the design concepts and construction. Woolpert is the premier architecture, engineering, geospatial (AEG), and strategic consulting firm.