CIM Group is moving forward on another project in West LA, next to one it broke ground on last year.
It’s a five-story mixed-use development on a parcel CIM owns on the south side of Santa Monica Boulevard, between Stoner and Granville avenues, according to an initial study released for project.
Some 154 residential units will occupy the project’s upper floors, while about 6,000 square feet of restaurant space, about 9,000 square feet of retail space, and a number of live/work units will take up the street level. The complex will have two levels of underground parking, with more parking available at the ground level. Buildings currently on the site will be razed to make way for the new construction.
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects will design the new building, according to the site plan in the study.
We first heard about this project back in 2014, when CIM bought the parcel and the one just west of it. Both properties were formerly operated as Buerge car dealerships.
CIM broke ground last year on a five-story building with 147 apartments on the site of the old Buerge Ford dealership, between Granville and Westgate avenues. Lorcan O’Herlihy also designed that project.
- ENV-2016-2364 [Department of City Planning]
- CIM Plans a Mixed-User at Closed West LA Car Dealership [Curbed LA]
- At Least Three Mixed-Users Headed For Sad West LA Stretch [Curbed LA]