A new development has been proposed for 6266 West Sunset Boulevard, in Hollywood. Plans call for demolishing a few smaller single story structures on the block, and replacing them with a larger, mixed use building. The site currently houses a 19-story adaptive re-use residential tower, with ground floor retail, which will stay, and the rest of the project will be built in a loosely “L” shape around it.
Vertical construction can be seen for a proposed mixed-use project at 178 South Euclid Avenue in Pasadena. The project proposal includes the development of a six-story mixed-use complex offering residential spaces, retail spaces, and onsite parking. Toledo Homes is the project developer. Onyx Architects is responsible for the design concepts.
A new mixed-use project will soon be seen at 620 South Kingsley Drive in Koreatown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a building offering retail and residential spaces. Plans call for the demolition of the onsite office building. Jamison Services Inc is the project developer.
Last week Los Angeles County released $15-million in tax-exempt bonds for affordable housing development at 11016 Ramona Boulevard in El Monte. The project proposal includes the development of a four-story apartment building on a vacant lot. Domus Development is the project developer. Newport Partners is responsible for the design concepts.
Framing is starting to rise from the four basement levels at 1546 North Argyle Avenue, in Hollywood. The project, by Mill Creek, will bring 276 residential units, along with some commercial space, to the popular area between Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard. The site is 1.1 acres overall.