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Take a Look at the Big Mixed-Use Complex That Will Preserve/Obscure Sherman Oaks's Sunkist Building

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Here's our first look at the enormous development planned for the site surrounding the sweet brutalist Sunkist Building in Sherman Oaks (originally designed by AC Martin Jr.)—can you spot the 1971 building in there? The plan from developers IMT Residential will soon be getting the once-over from city planning officials so they can decide what needs to be on the project's environmental impact report, says the Daily News; as it stands, the development will create 360,000 square feet of new space for retail and commercial tenants and 298 apartments, in addition to the 120,000 square feet of office space already inside the Sunkist building, which will be preserved and incorporated into the development. So far the designs look, well, massive.

· Los Angeles Planning Department to review development plans for Sunkist building in Sherman Oaks [LADN]
· Sunkist Building Getting Surrounding Mixed-Use Development [Curbed LA]