Construction has begun and facade development can be seen up to the fourth floor of a supportive housing project at 660 South Stanford Avenue in Downtown Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a seven-story housing development. The project replaced a three-story fifty-unit single-room occupancy apartment building. Westwood-based Meta Housing Corp is the project developer. KFA Architects and Jag Architects have teamed up to conceptualize the design and manage the construction. RD Olson Construction is the general contractor.
“The Roy,” at 33644 Overland Avenue, has opened in Palms. Anejo Development and Griffin Opportunities collaborated in the development of the site, which used to have several smaller residential buildings. The property is now much denser, with added retail space.
“Synapse” is nearly finished at 8888 Washington Boulevard, in Culver City. The site is adjacent to the 200,000 square foot industrial-modern Platform center, which was also developed by Runyon Group. It will house commercial space on the upper floors, and retail on the ground floor.
Facade development and construction work have begun on a hotel proposed at 1717 North Wilcox Avenue in Hollywood. The project proposal includes the construction of a hotel, branded as Whisky Hotel. Local investor Adolfo Auaya is the project developer. CK Architecture and RVCA have teamed up to manage the design concepts and construction.
(W)rapper is nearing full height in Culver City, at 5790 West Jefferson Boulevard. The project, designed by celebrated architect Eric Own Moss, of EOMA, has been long anticipated. Moss is known for designing “Waffel,” also in Culver City, among other notable works.