A new mixed use building has been approved for 241 West 2nd Street, in Oxnard. It will serve as a homeless shelter on the ground floor, and have 56 affordable units on the upper floors. The project is a collaboration between the City of Oxnard, Community Development Partners, and Mercy House.
A new residential project is in the works at 5777 Pico Boulevard in Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of four small lot houses. Plans call for the demolition of a single-story commercial building and a parking lot on the site. Beacci Industries is the project developer. HansonLA is responsible for the design concepts.
Low income apartments have opened at 2161 East Etting Road, in Oxnard. Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation is behind the project. The homes are reserved for farmworkers and veterans, with services for both communities on site.
Twenty-eight to thirty tiny homes have been proposed for 5208 and 5230 Cypress Road, in Oxnard. The site is currently an irregular shaped lot. Habitat for Humanity is behind the proposal, which they sometimes refer to as “Cypress Court.”
A five-year-old proposal is all revamped with a high-rise building proposed at 405 South Hewitt Street in Arts District, Los Angeles. The new project proposal includes the constructon of a 18-story high-rise building offering office spaces spanning 340,000 square feet. Legendary Group is the project developer. Gensler is responsible for the design concepts. Cushman & Wakefield is also on the project development team.