A block south of the intersection of Barrington Avenue and National Boulevard in Mar Vista, a pair of single-family homes has been razed to make way for a new small lot subdivision.
The project, now rising on two parcels at 3230-3238 S. Barrington Avenue, will consist of 10 new homes ranging between 1,700 and 2,200 square feet in size.
KTGY is designing the project, called the Barrington 10, which drops down in height along its main street frontage to match the scale of surrounding buildings. The three-story structures are described as featuring sharp lines, sloped roofs and angled walls, with an exterior of black stucco and white siding.
Plans three- and four-bedroom layouts, each featuring three-and-a-half bathrooms, decks or roof decks and
City records list the property owner as a Los Angeles-based entity managed by Yaron Levy, and its project applicant as Sapphire Development V, LLC.
The project site sits across Barrington from a four-unit small lot subdivision which was also designed by KTGY.
- Mar Vista (Urbanize LA)