Los Angeles-based developer KB Home is building a new community of townhouse-style condominums in Gardena. The project, dubbed Newfield, is rising from an approximately 4.75-acre site near the corner of Rosecrans and Normandie Avenues. Plans call for a collection of three-story residences with floor plans ranging between 1,784 square feet and 1914 square feet. Individual units will each feature three-to-four bedrooms and a two-car garage. The gated community, which will include community green space, is billed as being located in close proximity to numerous freeways, employment destinations and the beach cities.
As the dust finally settles following the return of the Los Angeles Rams, a series of new developments have emerged which could eventually bring Metro Rail to the team’s doorstep in Inglewood. This week, Metro’s Board of Directors is scheduled to discuss how to improve transit access for the $2.66-billion stadium that Rams owner Stan Kroenke is developing on the 298-acre property which formerly housed the Hollywood Park race track. A motion introduced by Board Members Mark Ridley-Thomas, James T.
Meta Housing Corporation has announced the completion of the Cabrillo Family Apartments, a new mixed-use development in the City of Torrance. The project, motivated by Southern California’s need for affordable housing, replaces a dilapidated commercial structure at 1640 Cabrillo Avenue. The new residential-retail complex consists of a three-story structure, featuring 44 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and approximately 3,700 square feet of ground-level retail space. Amenities include private balconies, a community room, a recreation deck and a 7,500-square-foot courtyard.