Torrance Transit Park and Ride Regional Terminal

Transit Center Starts To Take Shape In Torrance, Los Angeles

Construction for the long-delayed Torrence Transit Center is in full swing in Los Angeles. The project proposal includes a new transit hub that will serve as the western terminus of Metro’s C (Green) Line. It will eventually connect to the Metro rail network through a planned extension of the C Line from its current terminus in Redondo Beach. Frank Webb Architects is managing the design concepts and construction.

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500 South Oxford Avenue

Residential Development Starts To Take Form At 500 South Oxford Avenue, Koreatown, Los Angeles

A new residential development is taking its form in wood and concrete framing at 500 South Oxford Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal consists of a seven-story residential building. Irvine-based firm Fred & Jamison LLC is the project developer and is tied to a Korean real estate firm Sireus Corp. Ketter Group is managing the design concepts and construction.

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The Magnolia View

Apartment Building Fully-Framed In Downtown Long Beach

A mixed-use building has wrapped up construction in downtown Long Beach. The project proposal includes the construction of a seven-story apartment building with retail space. The project replaced a surface parking lot at the southwest corner of Broadway and Magnolia Avenue. Ensemble Real Estate Investments is developing the project. Urban Architecture Lab is managing the design concepts and construction.

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10330 Bellwood Avenue View

Senior Housing Project Moves Forward At 10330 Bellwood Avenue, Century City, Los Angeles

A senior housing complex will soon be available on the market at 10330 Bellwood Avenue in Century City, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes a residential complex that will replace three existing buildings located south of Olympic Boulevard. Texas-based real estate firm South Bay Partners is the project developer. Rios and VTBS Architecture have teamed up and are managing the design concepts and construction.

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The Park

Facade Unveiled For A Mixed-Use At 500 Broadway In Downtown Santa Monica

Steel framing has been completed for a mixed-use project at 500 Broadway in downtown Santa Monica. The project proposal includes the construction of a seven-story building offering apartments and retail space. The project replaced a Fred Segal store. Witkoff and New Valley LLC have teamed up to develop the project. Koning Eizenberg Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.

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