An initial study published by Culver City sheds more light on plans for a mixed-use development at the intersection of Jefferson and Sepulveda Boulevards.

The 11111 Jefferson development, which would replace an auto repair garage and a Coco's restaurant and a post office, is a joint venture between 3MR Capital and The John Buck Company.  Plans call for razing the existing single-story structures to make way for a new five-story edifice featuring 230 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments - including 19 very low-income affordable units - with 55,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial uses, 11,450 square feet of second-floor office space, and parking for 653 vehicles.

In addition to a private courtyard for use by residents above the building's podium level, the project also calls for the construction a 13,000-square-foot courtyard at Sepulveda and Jefferson, and a 30,000-square-foot public park fronting Machado Road on the northern property line.

Culver City-based wHY Architecture is designing the project, which includes a setback above its second floor, as well as openings which allow for natural lighting and air flow.  The current iteration of the project is scaled backk from a larger 279-unit project announced for the site in 2019.

Architectural plans also indicate that AO is working on the proposed development.

Per the project's initial study, construction of 11111 Jefferson is scheduled to occur over approximately 26 months, starting in the second quarter of 2022 and concluding in the third quarter of 2024.

The development site is located less than one mile north from a strip mall at 11469 Jefferson Boulevard, where Sandstone Properties has proposed to redevelop a strip mall with a 175-room hotel.