“Inspire” has recently opened at 1363 West Colton Street in Westlake, Los Angeles. The building was developed by Bond Companies and brings denser housing to the region. It features an expansive rooftop deck with views of Los Angeles.
New small lot houses can be seen flourishing at 3400 North Fletcher Drive in Glassell Park, Los Angeles. The new development features eighteen single-family residences with surface parking.
Torrance-based developer Tower Energy Group has successfully broken ground and initiated a mixed-use building at 1954-1978 West Carson Street, Old Town Torrence. The project proposal includes the construction of a building with apartments and retail space. The development will replace the smaller commercial buildings on Carson Street.
Withee Malcolm Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
The Cumulus project, at 3321 La Cienega Boulevard, has partially opened in West Adams. Carmel Partners is the developing company for the site, which was purchased in 2016. The location offers views encompassing the Pacific Ocean and the Hollywood Sign and has the tallest structure in the region.
An application has been submitted to the Los Angeles Planning Commission, proposing the development of a new apartment complex at 121 West 3rd Street, Downtown Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a fifteen-story apartment building with modular apartments replacing an on-site parking lot. The development requires the approval of Density Bonus Incentives to permit increased height and floor area, as well as a reduction in required automobile parking.
Los Angeles-based firm, Relevant Group, is the project developer. Gensler is managing the design concept and construction.