Renderings for a proposed mixed-use development on Reseda Boulevard have been revealed in an environmental report published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. The project at 5521-5545 Reseda Boulevard would consist of a five-story building featuring 170 residential units, approximatley 6,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and two levels of below-grade parking. Plans for the low-rise structure call for a mixture of studio, one- and two-bedroom units, and seven live-work apartments.
A small commercial building in Winnetka could give way for a mixed-use development. Yesterday, developer Rainbow Investments, LLC filed plans with the City of Los Angeles to construct a mixed-use development consisting of 160 apartments, 10 townhouse-style dwellings, 7 live-work units and approximatley 4,270 square feet of commercial space. The project also calls for 283 parking spaces for residents and guests. A case filing from the Department of City Planning also links the development to Ahn & Associates, a real estate management firm based out of Encino.
Located near the center of the San Fernando Valley, the low-slung neighborhood of Reseda has suddenly become a hot spot for mixed-use developments. Yesterday, plans were filed with the City of Los Angeles to demolish a series of small commercial buildings to make way for a new residential-retail complex. The project, located at 6648 N. Reseda Boulevard, would consist of 205 residential units - including 18 restricted to very low income households - as well as 5,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space and parking for 280 vehicles.
Later this week, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans for a mixed-use complex in Reseda. The proposed development, slated for the southeast corner of Sherman Way and Etiwanda Avenue, would consist of two four-story buildings featuring 115 residential units, approximately 10,500 square feet of retail space and a 228-car garage. Floor plan diagrams on file with the Department of City Planning (LADCP) indicate that the project would offer a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as swimming pools and rooftop decks.
An initial study published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning has unveiled renderings for a proposed mixed-use complex in the San Fernando Valley. Harridge Cadillac Group, which purchased a former car resale center at 8350-8340 N. Reseda Boulevard last year, plans to redevelop the approximately 3.3-acre site with a multifamily residential units, single-family homes and commercial space. Along Reseda Boulevard, plans call for the construction of two low-rise buildings featuring 79 apartments, 10,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 175 parking spaces.
One of the San Fernando Valley’s countless auto repair shops is about to make way for a new mixed-use development. The WaterMark, a residential-retail complex from the Los Angeles-based Metric Holdings Corporation, is slated for an approximately 2.5-acre site at the crossing of Reseda Boulevard and the Los Angeles River. The low-rise project, designed by the Albert Group Architects, will contain 254 one, two and three-bedroom apartment units above slightly less than 7,700 square feet of ground-level commercial space.
Reseda Boulevard, long an auto-dominated corridor, has gradually come to the forefront of the push for walkable urbanity in the West San Fernando Valley. The latest installment in this saga, a proposed residential-retail complex, would replace a brief stretch of automobile repair shops and drive-thru restaurants. According to plans submitted to the city earlier this month, the proposed development at 6912 Reseda Boulevard calls for a six-story building, comprised of 170 residential units and 15,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space.