Construction has begun for a new residential project at 609 North Spurgeon Street in Santa Ana. The project proposal includes the development of an affordable residential building with mixed-use spaces reserved for households earning between 30 to 60 percent of the area’s median income. Orange County-based developer National CORE broke ground on the project. Santa Ana United Methodist Church is the property owner. SVA Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.
Construction is nearly finished at 1319 South Orange Grove Avenue, in Carthay Square. The distinct design blends classic elements with a contemporary facade. It will bring denser housing, as well as a few low-income units to the area.
Another mixed-use development will soon be available on the market at 5109 West Adams Boulevard in Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a building offering residential and retail spaces. CIM Group is the project developer. Studio One Eleven is managing the design concepts and construction.
The Metropointe has opened at 3524 Chesapeake Avenue, in West Adams. The project has increased density at the location by up to 70 percent. Schaffel Development Company is behind the two building projects, referred to as Metropoine North and Metropoine South.
Another residential complex will soon be available on the market at 1621 North McCadden Place in Hollywood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of an apartment complex with micro-units and no parking. Vertical construction is now complete for the project situated south of Hollywood and Highland. Seattle-based real estate development firm Housing Diversity Corporation is the project developer. Steinberg Hart is managing the design concepts and construction.