Los Angeles-based real estate firm Centinela Development Partners has produced an updated design for its proposed creative office complex in Culver City. The Entrada, as the project is named, would rise from an approximately 3.7-acre lot at 6163 Centinela Avenue, adjacent for the San Diego Freeway. Plans call for an 11-story, 137-foot tall building, featuring six floors of office space above a five-story parking podium. At completion, the mid-rise structure would offer approximatley 270,000 square feet of leasable floor area, ground-floor restaurant space and 1,044 parking stalls for use by office tenants and an adjacent DoubleTree Hotel.
NantWorks, the biotech firm founded by billionaire Dr. Patrick Soon-Schiong, is apparently working on an expansion of its Culver City headquarters. According to documents from the Culver City Planning Division, the five-year-old company is planning a new building at 9919 Jefferson Boulevard, directly across the street from its headquarters. The proposed three-story structure would feature more than 62,000 square feet for corporate offices, research and development and laboratory purposes. Plans also call for a rooftop deck and a detached five-story parking structure, with accommodations for 294 vehicles and 49 bicycles.
Documents from the Culver City Planning Division have unveiled renderings of a proposed apartment complex near Metro’s Culver City Station. Los Angeles-based Pine, LLC has proposed the construction of a low-rise building at 3434 Wesley Street, a cul-de-sac to the south of Washington Boulevard. The five-story structure would feature 15 apartments and 14,364 square feet of office and commercial space above underground parking for 69 vehicles. The proposed development would set aside one residential unit for very low income households, and provide a mixture of gallery space and a small café.
A tipster has passed along the official website for 8777 Washington Boulevard, a proposed mixed-use development which would replace the Surfas Culinary District near the Expo Line’s Culver City Station. The project - slated for a one-acre site at the northeast corner of Washington and National Boulevards - would entail nearly 30,000 square feet of creative office space, 80 residential units and approximately 16,000 square feet of ground-level commercial uses. Renderings portray a low-rise complex linked by a central core.
A poorly maintained property in Culver City could see new life as a mixed-use complex. According to a document from the city’s Planning Devision, a new residential-retail development is proposed at northeast corner of Washington Place and Sawtelle Boulevard. Plans from applicant Farzin Maly call for demolishing the property’s existing buildings and replacing them with a five-story structure featuring 14 residential units and nearly 4,900 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
In Culver City, a small commercial building has given way for a new mixed-use development. The project, located at 12712-12718 Washington Boulevard, will consist of a five-story building featuring five residential units above approximately 3,400 square feet of ground-floor retail space and an underground parking garage. City records list the project’s applicant as Sikand Engineering, and its architect as Pete Volbeda. The property is a short distance east of a vacant lot which is slated for a larger 37-unit development.
According to plans filed earlier this year with the Culver City Planning Division, a residential-retail complex is proposed for a vacant lot near the city’s Expo Line station. The project, slated for a .34-acre property at 3434 Wesley Street, would consist of a low-rise structure featuring 15 residential units and approximately 14,000 square feet of ground-floor gallery or office space. City records list the project’s applicant as the president of Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, the local firm responsible for designing a number of striking mixed-use developments throughout the city, including several in West Hollywood and West Los Angeles.
Last month, the Culver City Planning Commission granted approval to a proposed mixed-use development at 12803 Washington Boulevard. The project from Axis Mundi RE II, LLC - slated for a vacant half-acre lot - would consist of a five-story structure featuring 37 apartments above 7,200 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. Plans call for a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedroom units, three of which would be set aside for very low income households.
IDS Real Estate Group has released a new website for an upcoming office building in Culver City, complete with new renderings, a live camera and a virtual tour. Culver City Creative, or C3 at Culver Pointe, is now under construction on a three-acre property at Hannum Avenue and Bristol Parkway. When completed, the speculative development will feature approximately 280,000 square feet of leasable office space. The seven-story building, designed by the global architecture firm Gensler, is envisioned as a vertical creative office campus with high ceilings and adaptable floor plates.
Vertical construction has commenced for Culver City Creative, a mid-rise office building from IDS Real Estate Group. The project, now rising from a three-acre property at Hannum Avenue and Bristol Parkway, will consist of a seven-story structure containing approximately 280,000 square feet of leasable space. Plans also call for a number of unconventional amenities, including a dog park, a basketball court and complimentary Uber service to Downtown Culver City, Playa Vista and the Expo Line.