An L-shaped site in Panorama City is slated for redevelopment as a collection of small lot homes. The project, slated for a property at 14701-14719 W. Plummer Street, is slated for 28 small lot homes by Los Angeles-based firm AG Plummer, LLC. Architectural plans on file with the Department of City Planning show a variety of floor plans, each of which would feature a two-car garage. Renderings of the project, which is designed by Pasadena-based J.M.
This November, Los Angeles County voters will decide whether or not to tax themselves indefinitely to build hundreds of miles of transit infrastructure criss-crossing Southern California. One of those projects, the $1.3-billion East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor, is expected to open in 2027. In preparation for a light rail or bus rapid transit line down Van Nuys Boulevard, the City of Los Angeles is now planning for future development along the approximately nine-mile corridor.
A new environmental report takes a closer look at a $150-million plan for a mixed-use development in Panorama City. The ICON at Panorama City, proposed by the Beverly Hills-based Icon Company, would rise from a roughly nine-acre property at Roscoe Boulevard and Tobias Avenue, home to a long-vacant Montgomery Ward. Plans call the demolition of the former department store, followed by the construction of multiple low-rise and mid-rise structures, creating a combination of multifamily residential units and pedestrian-oriented shops and eateries.
The Icon Company, a Beverly Hills-based real estate firm, has revised its plan for a $150-million housing and entertainment complex in Panorama City. According to plans filed yesterday with the City of Los Angeles, the project at Roscoe Boulevard and Tobias Avenue is now slated to include 422 residential units and approximately 200,000 square feet of commercial space. When first announced in January 2016, Icon had planned for 350 apartments and 250,000 square feet of retail and entertainment uses.