Just north of Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, an infill housing development which started work in the midst of the pandemic has made its debut.
The project from prolific West Hollywood development firm Faring, which replaced two single-family homes at 825-829 Larrabee Street, consists of a four-story building 13 residential units above a parking garage. On-site amenities include a theater, offices, an interior courtyard, and private terraces for residents.
Tighe Architecture designed 825 Larrabee, which closely resembles conceptual renderings produced prior to the start of construction. According to a project description included on the architect's website, the building's facade is highlighted by a steel structure supporting a "brise-soleil."
Faring, besides its infill project on Larrabee Street, has also proposed new commercial developments at several landmark sites along Santa Monica Boulevard, including an office complex slated to rise next to the historic French Market and a proposed hotel adjacent to the historic Factory nightclub.
Tighe is also designing new West Hollywood projects at the busy intersections of Fountain and Crescent Heights and Santa Monica and La Cienega.
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