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Real estate development, urban planning and architecture news for the Greater Los Angeles Area. Townhouse Exterior, Modern Townhouse, Small Buildings, Modern Buildings, Mix Use Building, Building Design, Residential Building Plan, Building Plans, Residential Architecture

Mixed-Use Oliver Apartments Rise in Culver City

While Canadian developers are planning skyscrapers for Downtown Los Angeles, development schemes are a little more subdued on the low-slung Westside. Out in Culver City, the Vancouver-based Bastion Development Corporation is midway through construction on the Oliver Apartments, a mixed-use complex featuring 30 residential units and roughly 8,700 square feet of ground floor retail space. Renderings of the project portray a modern, four-story structure, accented with wood paneling and large…

The Gulch is a LEED Certified community in the heart of Nashville. It's a dynamic area of urban development and redevelopment on the southwest border of Nashville’s Central Business District. Visit Nashville, Nashville Trip, New Urbanism, Mixed Use Development, Urban Park, Central Business District, Urban Planning, Urban Design, Old Town

Study: Walkable Infill Development a Goldmine for City Governments

A study out of Nashville by Smart Growth America provides more evidence that building walkable development in existing communities is best for a city’s bottom line. SGA recently examined thre…

Building Los Angeles: Small Lot Subdivision Proposed in Hollywood Studio Build, Los Angeles Area, Real Estate Development, Urban Planning, Little Houses, In Hollywood, Townhouse, Mansions, Architecture

Small Lot Subdivision Proposed in Hollywood

The Studio District Homes on Gordon Street (Image: Modative) While a NIMBY attorney wages war against high-rise construction on Sunset Boulevard, density of a lesser variety flies under the radar just a few blocks south. According to a presentation from the Hollywood Studio District Neighborhood Council, a new small lot subdivision is in the works at 1238-1242 Gordon Street, an approximately quarter-acre property between Fountain and Lexington Avenues. The project - known as the Studio…

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Roughly half-a-year after breaking ground, a minor expansion project is wrapping up exterior work on the Sony Picture Studios lot (SPS). The new Studio Support Building, located near the Sony complex's Mentone Avenue gate, will contain approximately 23,000 square feet of production and office space within its four-story frame. Exterior materials appears to consist primarily of earth tone stucco, broken up by misaligned windows. More grandiose expansion plans are also in the works for other…

MVP Real Estate Group: Mixed-Use Affordable Housing Headed Towards Expo/V. Mixed Use Development, Residential Real Estate, Real Estate Development, Affordable Housing, Organizations, Vermont, Home Buying, Retail, Action

Mixed-Use Affordable Housing Headed Towards Expo/Vermont

Image Credti: Abode Communities and T.R.U.S.T. South LA Although Metro's Expo Line has experienced no lack of proposed office, residential, hotel and retail developments near its Westside stations, investment has noticeably lagged in-between Culver City and Downtown LA. Well get ready South Los Angeles: Expo/Vermont Station is finally getting some much needed TOD action. Non-profit organizations T.R.U.S.T. South LA and Abode Communities are partnering on the redevelopment of Rolland Curtis…

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