Just west of the CSUN campus in Northridge, West Los Angeles-based Symphony Development is in the midst of construction a mixed-use apartment complex which will cater to students.

The project, now rising from a 1.5-acre site at 9530-9546 N. Reseda Boulevard, replaces a post office and an adjoining parking lot with a new four-story building that will feature 118 rental apartments above roughly 5,700 square feet of ground-floor commercial uses and basement parking for more than 200 vehicles.

Rendering of 9530 Reseda. Image via Steinberg Hart.

Steinberg Hart is designing the project, which will have a U-shaped footprint, wrapping a central courtyard with a swimming pool. Plans also call for a paseo, a rooftop deck, and fitness rooms.

To date, work on the project has progressed to just above street level.

The apartment complex is the latest in a small handful of new developments taking shape around the CSUN campus, including a larger 146-unit apartment building with retail which opened recently on a nearby site fronting Nordhoff Street.

Rendering of 9530 Reseda. Image via Steinberg Hart.

Change is also in the works for the CSUN campus itself, where a $50-million project from Apple, Governor Newsom and the CSU will create a new education center intended to steer Latinos and other underserved communities into STEM careers.

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