A new planned community has been approved for the expansion of Northbank Drive, in Ventura. The site will bring a variety of new units to the area, some of which will be low income. Dansk Investments is the developer for the project.
Los Angeles City Planning Commission has approved plans from the Downtown Women’s Center at 501 East 5th Street to expand its campus onto a neighboring parking lot at 5th Street and San Pedro Street in Skid Row. Daylight Community Development and GTM Holdings have partnered to develop the project. Gensler is designing the Downtown Women’s Center expansion, with KFA Architecture serving as the architect of record.
Los Angeles Planning Commission approved an apartment tower proposed at 5600 Hollywood Boulevard. The project proposal includes the construction of an eighteen-story apartment complex offering market-rate and low-income housing. Bow West Capital is the project developer. HKS Architects is managing the conceptual plans and construction.
The facade development of an apartment building is in full swing at 3739-3759 Cardiff avenue in Palms, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story apartment building with onsite parking. The project team includes developer Robert Green and design firms Mika Design Group, Robert James Taylor Architects, and MJS Design Group.
Ground is starting to move at the intersection of Johnson Drive and Northbank Drive, in Ventura. The project, previously titled Northbank Ventura, by developers Ravello Holdings and Devco, has been renamed to “The Willows.” The project will bring housing and commercial space to a long empty 8.03 acre parcel near the 101 freeway.