Long Beach and its Mayor Robert Garcia celebrated the completion of a mixed-use supportive housing complex at 1900 Long Beach Boulevard in Midtown, Long Beach. The project brings affordable and supportive housing units near the Metro A Line’s PCH station. Linc Housing is the project developer. City Fabrick, D33 Design, and WHA Architects are responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Units are continuing to rise in the phased opening of Shore Line 50, at 5001 West Wooley Road, in Oxnard. The site is less than a mile from the beach. Williams Homes is behind the development. The site was previously referred to as Anacapa Townhomes in some documents.
A new mixed-use development has been proposed at a site located at 1930 South La Cienega Boulevard in Mid-City, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building offering residential and commercial spaces. The property site currently serves as a used car dealership. Broman Properties is the project developer and owner. California Development & Design Inc is managing the design concepts and construction.
New townhomes are taking shape at 1543 and 1547 Hi Point Street, in Mid-City. The site was previously two lots, with a total of 17,006 square feet of space. Two, one-story, single-family dwellings, and several trees were at the location. WJK Development Company is behind the project, according to city records.
A new small lot subdivision will soon replace a single-family house constructed in the 1930s at 8327 North Burnet Avenue in North Hills, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes an application seeking approval to redevelop the site into nine single-family dwelling units. Plans call for the demolition of the existing single-family residence. Asaf Glazer is listed as the property owner who acquired the land in early 2019, according to the city records. GA Engineering is managing the design concepts and construction of the houses.