A new mixed-use project has been proposed for 719 South Hoover Street in Westlake, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building offering residential and retail spaces. Plans call for the demolition of an existing tire shop on the site. Los Angeles-based AFCO Design is the project architect.
A five story development has been approved for 613- 643 South C Street, in Oxnard. Mike Sanchez, of Coastal Architects, is leading the design. The interior will be a mix of residential and commercial space.
A new residential project has been proposed at 10756 West Wilkins Avenue in Westwood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the construction of seven apartments replacing a single-family home near the Mormon church’s Los Angeles Temple. The property owners are listed as the entities FIN Holdings, LLC and Wilkins Group, LLC, which are affiliated with Anaheim-based Keystone Builders, Inc. and Los Angeles-based Lumar Corporation, respectively. Labyrinth Design Studio is responsible for the design concepts.
A small mixed use complex has been approved for 140 Palm Drive, in Oxnard. Lizette Elenes, of ERA Architects is listed as the project representative. The site is currently a gated and paved lot with a couple of storage units.
An 87 unit, mixed use building has been approved for 217-235 East Sixth Street, in Oxnard. Many Mansions, a nonprofit developer, is behind the project. They received a $1.25 million loan from the Oxnard City Council to help complete the project, along with funding from a variety of other sources, such as Section 8 Vouchers and conventional construction and permanent loans.