A new apartment complex is coming to Silver Lake located at 1221 North Myra Avenue. California Landmark Group set their eyes on yet another site in their continual efforts in building the latest and newest living spaces available. Located in a predominantly residential area, this project will also be located near a middle school as well as a few office buildings. In addition, it will also be within walking distance of Santa Monica Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard which is the location of metro rapids and other local bus lines.
Just north of the 101 Freeway, a new apartment building is soon going to occupy the parcel at 507-517 North Hoover Street. Los Angeles based developer, Category Company has filed for permits seeking the approval of constructing a new multi-family housing building. The project proposal also includes the demolition of two single-family dwellings and a commercial structure on site.
Bittoni Architects is managing the design concept and construction of the housing redevelopment.
The exterior of “The Landmark,” at 11750 West Wilshire Boulevard, in West Los Angeles, is nearing completion. It is the first high-rise residential development west of the 405 in over 40 years. Douglas Emett is the developer behind the project.
Affordable housing has been proposed on a vacant lot fronting the Santa Ana railroad at 801-809 E Santa Ana Boulevard. The project proposal includes constructing affordable residences for applicants earning less than 30 percent of the area’s median income for 55 years.
HomeAid Orange County is the non-profit developer invested in the project. Bassenian Lagoni Architects is managing the design concepts and construction of the housing development.
Framework is starting to rise at 12101 West Olympic Boulevard in West Los Angeles. The 4.8-acre site used to belong to Martin Cadillac, which has relocated to make way for Martin Expo Town Center, a development of office buildings, retail, and housing. Hines, USAA Real Estate, and Philena Properties are currently developing the property.