Steel framing can be seen taking the form to remodel and expand the Westfield Topanga shopping mall in Warner Center at 6600 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Canoga Park. The property owner, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, has successfully initiated the process of converting the 160,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by Sears into a variety of new uses, including a food hall with sit-down restaurants, bars, and lounges. The project will have new plazas and landscaped areas.
1000 West Temple is nearing structural height in Downtown Los Angles. The massive development, by GH Palmer Associates, will bring 1150 units to the area. Like their other developments, it will have an Italian Renaissance-inspired appearance. It is being built out in phases on the ten-acre property.
Mid-Wilshire-based developer CIM group has proposed a new mixed-use project at 3017-3045 South Crenshaw Boulevard in Crenshaw, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of 168 apartments with retail space. The project site is currently occupied by a church which will be replaced by the mixed-use development. The developer is pursuing entitlements through the Transit Oriented Communities guidelines, which would permit increased density, floor area, and height beyond zoning limits for the property.
Construction has topped out at 3570 Motor Avenue, in Palms, Los Angeles. Residence Building Management Company, out of Japan, is the developer behind the project. The design aims to replace what was once single-level commercial space with denser housing and serene, open landscape architecture.
A senior housing complex has broken ground and initiated construction at 333 West Dawson Avenue, Glendora. The project proposal includes a two-story residential complex with on-site parking on two levels.
Newport Beach-based firm, R.D. Olson Construction is the project developer invested in the project. Knitter Partners International Inc is managing the design concept and construction.