A new mixed use complex has been approved for 1995 North Ventura Avenue, in Ventura. The site is currently an empty 2.71 acre lot. 78 units are included in the design, as well as some commercial space. It has been titled “Deanza Courts.”
After five years, a mixed-use project has been given approval for construction at 10801 Venice Boulevard in Palms, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story mixed-use building offering residential and commercial spaces. The new building will replace a burnt-out commercial building. Venice Adventures, LLC is the project applicant. Plus Architects is responsible for the design concepts. The project site is located at the northwest corner of Venice Boulevard and Glendon Avenue.
A new multi-family residential project has been proposed at 946-962 South Lake Street in Westlake, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story apartment complex, replacing a surface parking lot on the site. Safco Capital is the project developer. The Albert Group Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
A new residential project is pushing dirt at 15812 South Vermont Avenue in Harbor Gateway, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of 22 small lot houses, replacing a series of small residential and commercial buildings. Nerja Investments, the Irvine-based firm is the project developer. Pathema Studios, also known as MOCC Group, is also affiliated with the project.
A new development has been approved for 2110 North Ventura Avenue, in Ventura. Deemed “North Ventura Apartments,” it will replace a 3,500 square-foot residence built in 1921 and a 2,400 square-foot workshop structure, with multi family residences, including some low income housing. The lot is 37,500 square feet.