A new residential development has been proposed at 801 North Alvardo Street in Echo Park, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a five-story apartment complex. Plans call for the demolition of a small residential building that is currently being used as a church. Beverly Hills-based Local Development Inc is the project applicant. Warren Techentin Architecture is responsible for the design concepts. Century City-based investment management firm, Manhattan West is the property owner.
A new apartment complex is under construction at 4575 Santa Monica Boulevard in East Hollywood, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of an apartment complex offering residential units and onsite parking. The project will be replacing an automobile repair garage on the site. Los Angeles-based real estate firm Urbanworks is the project developer. IwamotoScott Architecture is responsible for the design concepts.
A new residential tower in coming to a site proposed at 1050 La Cienega Boulevard in Carthay Square, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a high-rise tower offering residential, retail, and open spaces on an empty lot. The property was previously entitled for a seven-story apartment building. CP VIII La Cienega LLC, an entity affiliated with San Francisco-based developer Carmel Partners, is the property owner. Solomon Cordwell Buenz is responsible for the design concepts.
8521 South Sepulveda Boulevard has topped out, in Westchester. Caladan Investments is behind the new development, which maximizes the square footage of an “L” shaped lot that encompasses a gas station. The location is only a few blocks from Los Angeles International Airport.
A few months ago, plans to set up a practice facility campus in El Segundo were announced for NFL’s Los Angeles Chargers. The project proposal includes the development of a new Chargers headquarters and practice facility for LA Chargers. The project has been granted &276 million in funds to begin construction. Continental Development Corporation and Mar Ventures Inc. are the project developers. New York-based CLT Capital LLC is providing funding for the loan. Gensler Sports is responsible for the design concepts.