6600 Van Nuys Boulevard has topped out. Kitvan is the developer behind the project, which will bring denser housing as well as more ground-level commercial space to Van Nuys. The new development is replacing a small commercial building.
Los Angeles City Planning Commission has finally approved the construction of what will soon rise as the fourth tallest building in Los Angeles at 1045 South Olive Street. The project proposal includes the construction of a 70-story structure feature hundreds of residential units, on-site parking, and retail space. The project will move forward after the existing commercial buildings on the project site are demolished. Miami-based developer, Crescent Heights is going to develop the project. ODA is managing the design concepts and construction.
“The Q Topanga” is starting to take shape at 6263 Topanga Canyon Boulevard in Warner Center, Los Angeles. It is the second in a series of three developments being constructed by California Home Builders. The first is “The Q Variel,” which is currently leasing, the third will be “The Q De Soto,” which is expected to open in 2024. The designs aim to attract young professionals and millennials in a market that has become increasingly competitive.
A new affordable housing project will soon replace a vacant supermarket at 8011-8027 North Vineland Avenue, in Sun Valley, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a mixed-use project with housing and retail space. Local real estate developer, WPH Holdings LLC, is developing the project. Coastal Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.
A new affordable housing project is making progress at 4161-4169 Whittier Boulevard in East Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of a three-story structure with residences and retail space.