Permits for new construction are going up, up, up and dirt's being moved all over Los Angeles. So what can we expect to see in 2013 and beyond? This weekend we take another opportunity to peer into the crystal ball to see some of the projects currently wending their way through the entitlements and design review process as they make their way to a neighborhood near you. Some of these have been approved and some haven't, but all are in the early stages of development. Here, then, is our third installment of the Pre-Development Watch map, highlighting projects that you may or may not be aware of, but all currently in the queue. Are you a loose lipped land-use lawyer, chatty planner, or gossipy architect that knows of a project currently in the throes of conception? Email us and let us know! (Bonus love if you have renderings).Read More
Mapping 11 Projects Currently in Pre-Development
Vermont & James M. Wood
Proposed mixed use project on north and south side of James M Wood Blvd. 187 residential units and 18,000 sq. ft. ground floor retail on the north site, and a mixed use building with 224 units and 25,800 sq. ft. ground floor retail on the south site. Architect: Archeon Group Intl.
Proposed mixed-use hotel, apartment, and retail project at 631-635 S. Catalina St.
Proposed construction, of a 7-story apartment building with 209 units and two levels of subterranean garage.
Legado del Mar
A mixed-use project containing 72 residential units, including 8 very low income units, above 15,000 sq. ft. of commercial space not to exceed more than 5,000 sq. ft. of restaurant uses.
Demolition of existing one-story commercial building and the construction of new three-story, 14,815 sq. ft. Burberry store with rooftop VIP retail sales area.
7407 La Tijera
The construction of a new five-story, mixed-use building, containing 140 residential units, 2,600 square feet of ground floor retail space and 241 parking spaces. Developer: Tri-Cal
A mixed-use transit village with commercial and live work units fronting Oxnard St. The village interior is connected with pedestrian scaled paseos leading to a number of courtyards creating a communal gathering space for residents and visitors. A variety of housing types are offered to attract young, married and single “Millennials".
Originally proposed as a Comfort Suites Hotel, that plan was shot down by the Planning Dept. Now the property owner is proposing to build an 18-unit condo project with 36 parking spots for residents and 4 parking spots for guests on two lots. Architect: KTGY
1419 W. 7th Street
Proposed 87 multi-family residential units and approx. 900 sq. ft. of commercial floor area in the construction of a new seven-story mixed-use residential building. The 87 residential units will include 82 market rate units and 5 units reserved for very low income households.
Proposed mixed-use development with 620,000 sq. ft. of office uses, of which up to 30,000 sq. ft. could be used for ancillary retail uses, 10,000 sq. ft. of restaurant uses, and 475 residential units. The proposed development would be located on the paved parking area on the site and parking for the proposed Project would be provided via a multi-level subterranean parking structure offering a minimum of 3,760 parking spaces.
616 East Carson Street
Proposed development of a mixed use project with 152 residences and 13,313 sq.ft. of commercial uses on 9.51 acres. Architect: KTGY