Six months after breaking ground in Palms, developer a mixed-use apartment complex from developer Oakmont Capital is starting to take shape just north of the intersection of Overland Avenue and Venice Boulevard. 

View from across Overland AvenueArchean Light

The project, located on a T-shaped property with frontage at 3664-3688 Overland and 3667-3673 Keystone Avenue, consists of two podium-type apartment buildings that will feature 188 one- and two-bedroom apartments and 3,000 square feet of street-fronting commercial space at completion.  Plans also call for parking for 106 vehicles.

Oakmont's entitlements for the project include Transit Oriented Communities incentives, allowing for a larger structure than otherwise permitted by zoning regulations due to the property's location near frequent bus service.  In exchange for the bonus floor area, a total of 19 of the planned apartments will be set aside as deed-restricted affordable housing.

View of project site from Overland AvenueUrbanize LA

Designed by Reed Architectural Group, the project includes an eight-story building facing Overland and a smaller five-story edifice fronting keystone.  Architectural plans show sleek mid-rise structures with shared amenities such as a fitness center, a rooftop deck, and a swimming pool.

In addition to the under-construction project, Oakmont also plans to build housing on two neighboring sites across the street at 3547-3555 and 3565-3585 Overland. The company has also secured approvals to build a 50-unit apartment complex at the intersection of National Boulevard and Canfield Avenue.

View from Keystone AvenueArchean Light

The Overland Avenue site also neighbors The Roy, a smaller mixed-use apartment building which opened in 2018, and The Jagger, a another apartment complex with ground-floor retail space which is now under construction.

View of project site from Keystone AvenueUrbanize LA