The master planned community of Playa Vista is getting its final 75 attached residences, a mix of townhomes and single-story “flats,” announced the project’s developers, The New Home Company. A handful of the units will feature controlled pricing so people who work in the upscale, Silicon Beach community can afford to live there.
Designed by Killefer Flammang Architects, the new dwellings are a mix of one- and two-story plans that feature patios and shared courtyards. The floor plans for the 69 market-rate units range from about 1,100 square feet to just over 2,200 square feet, and feature up to three bedrooms.
Six of the dwellings will be “controlled-price units,” units that are set aside for “community-serving employees” like teachers, firefighters, and healthcare workers. The units will be smaller, between 776 and 824 square feet. They’re also designed for smaller households, containing just one bedroom and bathroom. Pricing for these units will be announced at a later date, a representative for The New Home Company tells Curbed.
The developer expects the market-rate residences to start at $900,000 when they hit the market later this year. The homes are scheduled to be complete in late 2018.