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Huge Mixed-User Headed to Dull Stretch of Brand in Glendale

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Glendale's apartment explosion carries on and on, with a new mixed-use development coming to liven up a sleepy section of Brand Boulevard in downtown. The Glendale City Council signed off last week on a development called the Campus, the LA Times reports; it would create a complex with 5,000 square feet of restaurant space, 219 apartments, and nine live/work units in buildings up to eight stories ("step[ping] down" to one story along Brand) on a 1.3-acre site that's now home to a restaurant, office buildings, and a parking garage. The development would be made up of several terraced buildings, and, of course, incorporate pedestrian-friendly plazas and pathways. The lot sits on a stretch of Brand Boulevard that seems to shut down when the working day ends and councilmembers who voted in favor of the project are hoping it will reinvigorate the area into a destination.

· Glendale approves $30-million mixed-use development [LAT]
· Checking In On 10 Residential Projects on the Way in Glendale [Curbed LA]