Wood framing is nearly complete for a mixed-use development now taking shape on the border between Downtown Culver City and Palms.

The project, under construction for more than two years at  9900 Venice Boulevard, is being developed by Los Angeles-based Geneva Street Partners. Plans call for a seven-story building featuring 54 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments above 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and a 70-car garage.

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In exchange for density bonus incentives permitting a larger structure allowed a larger building than zoning rules would typically permit, six of the new apartments are to be set aside for rent as deed-restricted affordable housing for a period of 55 years.

HBA is designing 9900 Venice, which is portrayed in a rendering as a contemporary stucco-clad building. Plans call amenities such as a central courtyard and rooftop decks.

A project landing page from the Geneva Street website notes that the project sits in close proximity to Sony Pictures and Culver City Station, as well as the new offices of Warner Bros. Discovery, Apple, and Amazon Studios.

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Geneva Street Partners, which is developing a second apartment complex near Palms Station, is building their apartments on a site next door to a collection of properties owned by California Landmark Group. The Los Angeles-based developer recently built a 42-unit expansion of an adjacent apartment complex next door on Hughes Avenue.

Those projects are part of a growing number of new apartment blocks along Venice and Washington Boulevards - the two corridors which flank Culver City in the Palms neighborhood.

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