Pre-leasing has begun at 227 N First Street, in Burbank, according to signage posted on the building. The project, entitled “First Street Village,” is the beginning of the development of the site, which will contain three separate buildings that are rolling out in phases. Del Rey Properties is the developer, with Chandler Partners serving as the project’s general contractor.
107 South Hewitt Street, between the Arts District and Little Tokyo, is nearly complete. The project is a collaboration between Boulevard Partners and Bridge Investment Group. The site is a couple of blocks away from LA Union Station, the hub for connections throughout the county. A website, recently launched for the complex, states that the site will be, “Welcoming you home soon,” and offers a simulation of the one site views of Downtown Los Angeles from the upper floors.
New design tweaks have been proposed for a residential development at 253 Los Robles in Pasadena. The project proposal includes the construction of a new six-story multifamily residential development. The project will replace an office building on the site. Pasadena-based entity Zhuang & Zhong Los Robles, LLC is the property owner. Korn Randolph is listed as the project’s landscape architect. Tyler + Kelly Architecture is responsible for the designs.
A new mixed-use has been proposed for development at 3022 South Western Avenue in Jefferson Park, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use facility offering apartments and retail spaces. The project will replace a warehouse and an attached parking area on the site. CIM Group is the project developer. Nadel Architects is responsible for the designs. TGP is serving as the landscape architect.
A new look has been revealed for a residential development at 21207 Avalon Boulevard in Carson. The project proposal includes the development of a large-scale multifamily residential building available for renting and and sale. West Hollywood-based Faring is the project developer. Architects Orange is responsible for the designs.