A recently developed apartment building at 289 North El Molino Avenue in Pasadena has been proposed to be transformed middle-income housing through California’s Workforce Housing Program. In partnership with the California Statewide Development Authority, the Newport Beach-based Waterford Property Company has paid $67 million to acquire the property.
New townhomes have been approved for the Southeast corner of Glenn Drive and Chapel Drive, in Camarillo. Gregory N. Bryant is behind the architectural design. The majority of the buildings will be white in color, with dark brown beams, dark brick red awnings, and metal accents. The look is defined as, “Santa Barbara Style.” It includes elements such as sand stucco finish, clay tile roof, decorative metal rails, decorative cornices, Spanish style ceramic tiles, decorative corbels, fabric awnings, and stone veneer.
A new residential high-rise has been proposed at 333 South Hope Street in downtown, Los Angeles. The proposed project includes the development of a 34-story tower in Bank of America Plaza. The new development will replace a portion of the building’s plaza and parking structure. New York-based real estate firm Brookfield is the project developer. LARGE Architecture is responsible for the design concepts. Relm Studio is managing the landscape architecture.
Site preparation has begun for an affordable housing project proposed at 1500 East Anaheim Boulevard in central Long Beach. The project proposal includes the development of a mixed-use building offering residential and retail spaces. Non-profit developer BRIDGE Housing Corp is the project developer. SVA Architects is responsible for the design concepts. R.D. Olson Construction is the general contractor.
New apartments have been approved for 99 South Glenn Drive, in Camarillo. Lustra Development is behind the new plan, which will include some ground floor commercial space, and a couple of low income units. Planning documents refer to the site as “Vista Terraza.”