Seven months after our last update, wood framing is now complete for a mixed-use apartment complex from Elk Development and Sixty West near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Highland Avenue in Hollywood.
The project, now under construction for more than two years at 1410 N. Highland Avenue, replaced an automobile repair shop with a six-story building that will feature 49 apartments above 800 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and parking for 96 vehicles.
Plans call for a mix of three-, four-, five-, and six-bedroom suites, which are intended to be rented as 180 "micro-unit apartments." Each unit will include a murphy bed, a table, television, cabinetry, and a personal refrigerator.
OfficeUntitled is designing 1410 Highland, which is portrayed in a rendering with a contemporary look. Plans call for amenities including a fitness room, a central courtyard, a rooftop deck, a spa, and a dog run.
The project comes on the heels of a handful of a similar developments recently built on Sunset Boulevard to the north, and serves as a prelude to the big CMNTY Culture campus proposed at the intersection of Sunset and Highland.
Elk Development, which is based in Los Angeles, is also planning a similar mixed-use project near the Wilshire/Vermont subway station in Koreatown.
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