To obtain state certification for its housing element, the City of Santa Monica selected developer Hollywood Community Housing Corp. to redevelop a trio of parking lots along the Wilshire corridor. Community meetings scheduled to start later this month will offer a look at what could be in store for these sites.

The three sites, all of which are located within three blocks of one another, include:

  • 1217 Euclid Street;
  • 1211-1217 14th Street, and
  • 1146 16th Street.

Conceptual rendering of what could be built on the city parking lotsHollywood Community Housing Corp. / Kevin Daly Architects

Kevin Daly Architects is designing the proposed developments, with The People Concern tapped as service provider for future residents and Morley Builders providing pre-construction consultation.

While exact designs and development concepts for the properties have yet to be revealed, conceptual renderings included in a project website depict contemporary podium-type buildings between five and six stories in height. Each would use courtyards and podium decks to provide open space for residents.

For more information on the community meetings, click here.

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