Located in the heart of Koreatown, Orbinvest Capital has gotten the green light to create a new and affordable apartment complex. The building will be within walking distance of both the subway line and bus stops circulating the greater Los Angeles area. When the site is complete, Orbinvest Capital aim to have a welcoming environment that feels new but that is also inspired by the history of the buildings within the city limits.
Permits have been submitted seeking the approval of constructing a five-story residence at 611 N Manhattan Place. The project proposal includes the demolition of the existing structures and construction and maintenance of a multi-family residential building with 14 dwelling units.
Uriu & Associates is managing the design concept and construction of the project.
“City Lights,” the new project at 4531 West Hollywood Boulevard, in East Hollywood, has reached structural height. WPIC construction has yet to finish the exterior, but the essential form is visible as the 70.6 feet tall, 438 feet long, 403 feet wide building takes shape, on the busy, corner-shaped lot.
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of a new public charter middle school campus at 14203 West Valerio Street, Van Nuys. The project proposal includes the demolition of an existing single-family dwelling and accessory structures and constructing the school campus. Franco Architects Inc is managing the design concept and construction of the project.
2968 West 7th Street has reached its structural height in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project, entitled “Nexen,” is a partnership between Jamison Services and City Century, who filed for a $27 million permit valuation. The seven-story structure is beginning to take shape on a parcel once occupied by surface parking and a single-story commercial building.