In Del Rey, wooden framing is now complete for a new mixed-use apartment building at the intersection of Culver and Inglewood Boulevards.
The project, which replaced a laundromat and two small residential buildings, consists of a five-story edifice which will include 24 apartments above roughly 720 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and a 30-car garage upon completion.
The development, designed by MIKA Design Group, consists of four levels of wood-frame construction above a concrete base. A single rendering depicts the finished building with an exterior lined with metal panels. Setbacks on its upper floors would be used to create a rooftop deck for residents.
City records list the project applicant as 4460 Inglewood, LLC, an entity managed by Thomas Turley.
The development site is located a short distance west from a similar mixed-use project now approaching completion near the intersection of Culver Boulevard and Slauson Avenue.
- 11955 Culver Boulevard (Urbanize LA)