Located just south of Palms Boulevard at 3630 Overland Avenue, the project replaced a trio of small residential and commercial structures with a new six-story building featuring 74 apartments above ground-floor retail space at completion. Parking for 94 vehicles is located in three subterranean levels.
The building was planned in accordance with L.A.'s Transit Oriented Communities guidelines, allowing for a larger structure than typically permitted by zoning rules. In exchange for the development incentives, eight of the apartments will be set aside as affordable housing at the extremely low-income level.
For the market rate units, a leasing website advertises a mix of studio and one-bedroom floor plans, ranging from 359 to 716 square feet in size. Rents for the building would start at $2,745 per month for a studio, and range as high as $5,200 per month for a unit on the upper floors.
Hopson Rodstrom Design Workshop (hrdwrkshp) designed the Jagger, which features an exterior of black perforated metal panels and stucco, as well as courtyards and patios for residents. The building's most distinguishing feature is its sawtooth roofline.
The Jagger is the latest in a recent string of mixed-use projects along Overland Avenue, including The Roy, a mixed-use apartment building which opened on an adjacent property in early 2019, and multiple projects from Beverly Hills-based developer Helio.
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