The project formerly known as Legado Crossing breaks ground on Tuesday, becoming one of the first transit-oriented projects to be built along the Expo Line (there are some Geoffrey Palmer Tuscan beasts near the Twenty-Third Street station in University Park). Now called Access Culver City (starring Billy Bush) and developed by South Carolina's Greystar Real Estate, the mixed-user will have 115 luxury apartments and 31,240 square feet of retail. It'll have studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 607 to 1,844 square feet. Typical luxe touches like rec rooms, fitness center, interior courtyard, swimming pool, underground parking, and bike storage await renters, but a 7,000-square-foot courtyard with trees and benches will be open to the public too. Greystar expects work to be done next summer. Meanwhile, we're hearing noise that there's movement on the long-awaited The Platform retail center on the other side of the train.
· New Look (But No Start Date) at Expo-Adjacent Legado Crossing [Curbed LA]