A new residential project has been approved at 1318-1320 4th Street in Santa Monica. The project proposal includes the development of a housing complex, replacing a parking garage on the site. EAH Housing is the project developer. VTBS Architects is responsible for the design concepts. The project development team also includes The People Concern, Epstein & Associates, AMJ Construction Management, California Housing Partnership, and The Lynch Group, Inc.
Applications for a mixed-use at 1336 Colorado Boulevard and 1347 Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena were reviewed by Pasadena Design Commission. The project proposal includes the development of two buildings offering hotel and residential spaces, replacing a shuttered used car dealership on the site. J&K Plus Investments LLC, an entity affiliated with San Gabriel-based developer Landwin Investments, is the project applicant. ACRM is responsible for the design concepts.
Another mixed-use development is pushing dirt at 9900 Venice Boulevard in Palms, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a seven-story building offering residential and retail spaces. Excavation is under progress on the site. Los Angeles-based developer Geneva Street Partners is the project developer. Hochhauser Blatter Architecture & Planning (HBA) is responsible for the design concepts.
1717 North Wilcox Avenue has topped out, in Hollywood. The project is by Adolfo Suaya of Suaya Properties. Suaya is a TV host, restaurant, bar and hotel owner behind a few local establishments including Gaucho Grill, Dolce, the Lodge and Osaka.
“Alta Ink” has opened applications to residents at 5750 Hollywood Boulevard, in Hollywood. The project brings 161 new apartments and some retail space to the area, visible from the 101 freeway. Wood Partners are the developers behind the project.