A new mixed use project is planned for 3700 Riverside Drive, in Burbank. The state review period is expected to end in the middle of January, 2022. If approved, it will bring 49 new units to the area, as well as some commercial space. Toledo Homes is the developer behind the proposal.
Governor Newsom recently announced $125 million in state funding for the construction of veteran’s supportive housing developments across California. More than half of the funding will go toward eight projects in Los Angeles, creating more than 300 homes.
After seven years, City Council has finally granted approvals for a car wash redevelopment project proposed at 949 South Figueroa Street in Downtown, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the redevelopment of downtown’s most outdated carwash with a high-rise building. City Council approved a master conditional use permit and a transfer of floor area rights agreement for the tower.
Monrovia-based architecture firm Nardi Associates is responsible for the design concepts.
New Townhomes have been proposed for the Northeast corner of Pleasant Valley and Lewis Roads, in Camarillo. Williams Homes, of Santa Clarita, is listed as the developer for the project. Several extensions have been filed delaying the project, although plans were approved in 2016.
A new residential project has been proposed at 400 East Adams Boulevard in Historic South-Central, Los Angeles. The project proposal includes the development of a four-story modular workforce housing project, replacing a car wash and a small restaurant on the site. Beverly Hills-based real investment firm Markwood is the project developer. The developer bought the property for $3 million. AERO Collective and AO have partnered to work on the design concepts.