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Buying, But Not Building Is Back On at South Bay's ThreeSixty

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ThreeSixty at South Bay, the partially-built gated community at Aviation and El Segundo in Hawthorne, is back on. Or, the marketing side of the project is back on. The development had a grand opening in fall 2007, then stopped sales in spring 2008 and pretty much went dark. Harold Roth, Hawthorne planning director, tells Curbed that developer William Lyons Homes is now actively marketing the property again, and will probably try to sell the 70 or 80 units finished model before starting construction again. ThreeSixty's website says there will be another grand opening in February. When we visited the site, there were people looking around the area (they told us they'd come after seeing a newspaper ad), so there's at least some interest already.

The developers have five types of homes planned, and two are coming up for sale. The Flats are single-level studios, one, and two bedrooms with private garages and decks. They start at 957 square feet and go up to 1,622 square feet. The Court has three story townhouses with two or three bedrooms and lofts. They'll range from 1,311 to 1,942 square feet. In 2007, two bedrooms were $689,000, but Lyons hasn't listed current prices.
· Great Value and Lifestyle Coming to ThreeSixty at South Bay [PRNewswire]
· ThreeSixty at South Bay [Official Site]

El Segundo Blvd. and Aviation Blvd., Hawthorne, CA