Four years after its announcement and groundbreaking, a mixed-use apartment complex has neared completion at 5750 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a seven-story mixed-use building featuring commercial and residential spaces. Atlanta-based firm Wood Partners is the project developer. Carrier Johnson + Culture is responsible for the design concepts.
A new residential project will soon be developed at 11611 Ventura Boulevard in Studio City, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a residential project featuring an eldercare facility and small-lot houses. Plans call for the demolition of a series of commercial buildings housing an automobile rental business. Spokane-based real estate firm SRM Development is the project developer. Urbal Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
Work is rolling out in phases at Village at the Park Drive and Westpark Court, in Camarillo. Hiji Investment Company is behind the planned community, that will be a mix of commercial and residential units next to a 55 acre sports park. Some communities have already been completed, while others have yet to break ground.
A new modular residential tower will soon be seen at 845 Olive Street in downtown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of an asphalt parking lot into a residential high-rise with 19 stories. Plans for the tower were approved in 2019. Hollywood-based real estate firm Relevant Group is the project developer. Gensler is responsible for the design concepts.
A new apartment complex has been planned for Camino Ruiz and Verdugo Way, in Camarillo. Camino Ruiz LLC is listed as the developer. Twenty very low-income affordable units will be included, with seven studios units, seven one bedroom units, and six two bedroom units. An additional twenty moderate-income affordable units will be provided with seven studios units, seven one bedroom units, and six two bedroom units.