“Vida Studio City” has opened at 11036 West Moorpark Street. The project, by Frost/Chaddock Developers, will bring denser housing, as well as some low-income housing to Studio City. Standout features include a rooftop lounge and a pet wash and play area.
A new senior housing project proposed at 250-400 Sepulveda Boulevard in Manhattan Beach is all set to break ground this year. The proposed project will replace a series of on-site restaurants on Sepulveda Boulevard.
A vacant commercial building will soon provide housing to Hollywood residents. A mixed-use project at 1546 North Argyle Avenue and 6224 West Selma Street has been approved to take shape from the longtime base of Ametron Electronics. The project proposal consists of the construction of a seven-story building with residential units, retail space, and a subterranean parking garage.
Mill Creek Residential Trust is going to develop this project. AC Martin is managing the design concepts and construction.
Exterior work is wrapping up at 5525 Case Avenue in North Hollywood. The project will bring denser housing to the area. The location is directly across the street from East Valley High School.
New apartments have reached their structural height at 1315 West Colton Street, in Echo Park. When completed, the site will include views of the Hollywood sign and Downtown Los Angeles. The project is by developer Aragon Properties Corporation. It will bring 35 percent denser housing to the area.