Phase two of the Expo Line continues to reshape Westside neighborhoods, as yet another residential-retail complex prepare to rise along the path of the 6.6-mile extension.

The newest development, slated for a one-acre property at the intersection of Pico and Gateway Boulevards, would consist of a five-story structure featuring 129 residential units and more than 5,200 square feet of ground-level commercial space.  A proposed density bonus indicates that the project would include a significant affordable housing component.

Construction of the mixed-use complex at 11460 W. Gateway Boulevard would first require the demolition of an existing strip mall.  A timeline for the project is currently unavailable.

In addition to the Gateway development, numerous commercial and residential buildings are either planned or underway along elevated Expo Line Stations in West Los Angeles.  Less than a half mile east along Exposition Boulevard, developer Casden Properties LLC has proposed a large mixed-use complex adjacent to an elevated stop at Sepulveda Boulevard.  West at Bundy Drive, office and residential towers are slated for the current site of Martin Cadillac.