Just across Sunset from that husk of an unfinished Target, a new mixed-user with lots of ground floor retail space and nearly 300 apartments is set to take out a whole bunch of existing stripmall space (goodbye, giant shoe store). Urbanize LA takes a look at all the details in the planning documents, which outline that the proposed six-story building would have 293 units (15 of which will be reserved for very-low-income residents) above 34,000 square feet of retail space. All that would be over a four-floor, "partially underground" parking structure.
The apartments, known as the SunWest Project, would be available in studios as well as one- and two-bedroom floorplans. Residents would have access to communal areas, an outdoor pool, and a gym, some of which can be partially seen in the renderings by Withee Malcolm Architects. Residents would also, presumably, get some parking in the garage, which would have 573 car spaces and room for 159 bikes.
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