The development opportunities around the Expo Line light rail are slooowly bearing fruit in Culver City. The Legado Crossing project, from local developer Legado, should be the first residential project starting work near the current western terminus of the line (a different retail/office project is supposed to break ground soon). Though the Legado site--kitty-corner to the station--was cleared almost a year ago, a groundbreaking is a bit off, according to a spokesperson for the company (and there's no specific timeline for starting yet). There are new renderings though, via TGP, the landscape architects working on the a 9,500-square-foot art park fronting Washington and National. When finished, Legado Crossing will offer 115 market-rate apartments, with one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, 31,000 square feet of groundfloor retail space, a public hangout space on the second floor, and underground parking and a few surface spots.
· Legado Crossing Archives [Curbed LA]