Just over a year after breaking ground in Sawtelle, a mixed-use apartment building from SR Capital, Inc. is taking shape just south of the 10 Freeway.
Located on a wedge-shaped property located at the northwest corner of Barrington and Gateway Avenues, the project will consist of a five-story building featuring 73 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments above 5,900 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and a two-level, 90-car subterranean parking garage.
Approved plans permit a larger structure than allowed by zoning due to density bonus incentives. In exchanges for the zoning concessions, SR Capital will set aside six apartments as very low-income affordable housing.
Architect David H. Raider is designing the project, named Barringway for its cross streets. Renderings depict the finished product as a contemporary low-rise building clad in metal panels, ceramic tiles, and cement plaster. Planned amenities include two podium-level courtyards, a recreation room, and a rooftop deck.
The project sits three blocks southwest of the intersection of Gateway and Pico Boulevards, where a similar five-story, 129-unit development is slated to replace an auto repair center, and a six-story, 102-unit apartment complex is planned for the former site of Kelbo's Hawaiian restaurant. Local developer Ikon, Ltd. is also planning a six-story, 42-unit apartment building at an off-street property located between Federal Avenue, Gateway Boulevard, and Pico Boulevard.
- 11701 Gateway Boulevard (Urbanize LA)