LaTerra Development has cleared a key hurdle in its bid to build a new apartment complex near the intersection of Washington and Lincoln Boulevards in Del Rey.

On December 1, the Los Angeles City Council voted to adopt the findings of a sustainable communities environmental assessment for LaTerra's proposed project located at 4112 S. Del Rey Avenue. The development, announced in mid-2022, would consist of a new six-story building featuring 210 one, two-, and three-bedroom apartments accompanied by a five-story, 282-car garage.

Rendering of roof deck at 4112 Del Rey AvenueLaTerra Development

LaTerra's requested entitlements, which are proceeding separately, include density bonus incentives to permit a larger structure than would otherwise be allowed by zoning rules. In exchange, the 18 of the new apartments would be set aside for rent as deed-restricted very low-income affordable housing.

According to plans, TCA Architects is designing the apartment complex. while MJS is serving as its landscape architect. The building design has been described as having a California Coastal modern style, and includes amenities such as a courtyard, a gym, and a rooftop pool.

According to the environmental study, construction of 4112 Del Rey could commence as early as September 2024 and conclude by August 2026.

4112-4134 Del Rey AvenueKidder Mathews

LaTerra is the latest developer with designs on the industrial blocks to the east of Lincoln Boulevard in Del Rey. California Landmark Group has already built numerous projects in the area, such as the recently completed G8 and C1 apartments. Additionally, the neighborhood remains home to a number of office and commercial centers, such as a 123,000-square-foot campus now under construction one block to the east on Glencoe Avenue.

LaTerra, which is based in Century City, has also developed similar multifamily residential buildings in Los Feliz, West Hollywood, and Burbank.

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