A new residential project has been proposed at 951 South Wilton Place in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of eight apartments that will replace a duplex from the 1920s on the site. Hac Song Lee and Stella H. Nam are the property owners. Koreatown-based firm Andmore Partners is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Exterior paneling is rising at Figueroa & Pico, in Downtown Los Angeles. The project, by Lightstone Group, will significantly boost hotel accommodations across the street from the convention center, as well as other venues close by. Developers aim to improve the pedestrian experience in the area, and street frontage, in a phased approach. There will be three towers in total.
502 South Harvard Boulevard is nearing full height, in Koreatown. It will bring denser housing, as well as some low income units to the area, in the form of a 100-suite co-living design. Elk Development is behind the project, which utilizes Tier-3 T.O.D. development incentives, obtaining a four unit density bonus.
Long Beach Planning Commission approved a mixed-use project at 525 East Broadway in Downtown Long Beach. The project proposal includes the development of a seven-story building offering residential and retail space. Topanga Partners is the project developer. Daryoush Safai is responsible for the design concepts and construction.
Stories are rising at 2847 West Leeward Avenue, in Westlake. The project, by Jameson Properties, is barely an expansion out of Koreatown, where many of their developments have been. The site will bring denser housing to the area.