NEWS & PRESS
NEWS & PRESS
A new five-story residential development is headed for Sawtelle—and it will have a fancy automated parking garage.
Set to rise on the northwest corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Barrington Avenue, the project will include 53 apartments and six live-work townhomes, along with 1,500 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor.
Five of the apartments will be set aside for very low-income residents (those making under half the median income in the area).
Designed by R&A Architecture + Design and developed by Markwood Enterprises, the structure will have a contemporary aesthetic with elements of wood, metal, and glass, along with hanging vines draped from upper level trellises and overhangs.
Residents will have access to a shared rooftop deck, open-air terrace, central courtyard, and an amenity room.
Plans for the project filed last year indicate that it will take about 13 months to construct and should be ready to open by the end of 2018.
Beverly Hills’ Markwood Enterprises is building a new 45,420 SF mixed-use project that will feature a fully automated parking system
The project, at 11701 Santa Monica Blvd., will have a five-story residential and retail building, including an amenity rooftop garden space and 53 rental units. Five of the units will be for very-low-income households. The building will also have six live-work townhouses and 1,500 SF of ground-floor commercial space. The automated parking and courtyard-style indoor/outdoor living help set this project apart, according to Markwood Enterprises Development Director Simon Aftalion. The subterranean parking will include 82 parking spaces and 60 bicycle spaces.
A new environmental report offers a first glimpse of a proposed mixed-use development in West Los Angeles.
Markwood Enterprises, a Beverly Hills-based real estate firm, has proposed the construction of a new residential-retail complex at the northwest corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Barrington Avenue. Plans filed with the city describe a five-story building that would feature 53 apartments, five of which would be set aside for very low income households. The project would also offer six live-work units and 1,500 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
Other elements of the proposed development include a rooftop deck, a fifth-floor terrace and a ground-level amenity room. Parking accommodations for 80 vehicles and 55 bicycles would be provided in an automated subterranean garage.