2968 West 7th Street has reached its structural height in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project, entitled “Nexen,” is a partnership between Jamison Services and City Century, who filed for a $27 million permit valuation. The seven-story structure is beginning to take shape on a parcel once occupied by surface parking and a single-story commercial building.
On December 9, 2020 the Director of Planning for the city of Los Angeles approved Skyview Sunset’s bid to begin the process of implementing a new living space on 1501 North Fairfax Avenue. Located on the cross streets of Sunset Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue, this new development will also be within walking distance of a multitude of Metro Bus Lines.
Framing has started to rise at 1530 North Cassil Place, in Hollywood, for development by Bond Companies, which has firms in Chicago and Los Angeles. Entitled, “Inspire Hollywood,” the structure is tucked a few plots away from Sunset Boulevard. As part of the Transit Oriented Communities program, it is a short distance from the Red Line.
Development permits have been submitted seeking the approval of a 70-foot tall mixed-use building at 3600 West Stocker Street, Crenshaw Boulevard. The project proposal includes constructing a six-story mixed-use building with 64 dwelling units and 5,000 square feet of commercial retail space. The site is currently developed with a single-story commercial building and single family dwelling proposed to be demolished. The project site consists of four lots totaling approximately 18,657 square feet.
Jamison Properties has nearly reached structural height at 2880 West James M. Wood Boulevard, also referred to as 900 Vermont street. The building is one of several developments taking place in Koreatown. The property is part of the Transit Oriented Communities incentive program, with the Wilshire/Vermont subway station a couple of blocks away, transporting the purple and red lines.