Stories are rising at 14541 West Gilmore Street, in Van Nuys. The project will bring denser housing and a couple of low-income units to the area, a three minute walk from the Van Nuys Blvd / Metro Orange Line Station, which currently has busway service and will eventually have service via LA Metro Light Right Transit (LRT). The new rail line will run mostly down the center of Van Nuys Boulevard, with construction expected to start in 2022. This is Topanga Partners seventh development in the area.
New mixed multi-family housing development has been proposed at 9500 West Pico Boulevard in Pico-Robertson, Los Angeles. City Planning Commission has approved redeveloping a car was into a residential complex with retail space. Beverly Hill-based real estate investment firm Concord Capital Partners is the project developer. Abramson Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
A three-story mixed-use development has been proposed at Santa Monica Boulevard and Yale Avenue in Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building with residential units and retail space. LaTerra is the project developer. Tighe Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Construction has wrapped for a new housing project at 4760-4766 Melrose Avenue in East Hollywood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story supportive housing complex with onsite amenities. Affirmed Housing Group is the project developer. AC Martin is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Work is finishing up on 8444 North Columbus Avenue, in North Hills. G.N.L. development, out of Tarzana, is behind the project. It will bring denser housing to the area, as well as a couple of low-income housing units. The exterior is a contemporary design, with balconies on some of the units.