As part of its consent calendar, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission voted on May 23 to approve a proposed eldercare facility at the intersection of Ventura Boulevard and Genesta Avenue in Encino.

TriStar Realty Group, the developer behind the project at 17017 Ventura Boulevard, is seeking to build a new complex called ParkPointe Encino. Plans call for razing existing commercial buildings and a parking lot to clear the way for a new three-story, 55,416-square-foot medical office building and a five-story eldercare facility with 66 senior assisted living units and 24 memory care units.  Parking for 364 vehicles would be located in a surface lot and on three subterranean levels.

Aerial view looking southwest from Genesta AvenueHPI Architecture

HPI Architecture is designing ParkPointe, which would include medical offices fronting Ventura and housing in the rear. Plans call for a contemporary design, with a ground-level courtyard planned along the southern perimeter of the building, adjacent to an alley way cutting east-to-west through the site.

Construction of ParkPointe is expected to occur over three-and-a-half years, according to an environmental study circulated by the City of Los Angeles. However, a project timeline was not included with the study.

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TriStar, which is based out of the San Fernando Valley, previously developed the $50-million Ventana Medical Plaza, a 112,000-square-foot facility located nearby in Encino.

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