Roughly 10 months after the first signs of work in Palms, construction has progressed to the fourth floor at the site of a mixed-use development at 3766 S. Motor Avenue.


The project, which replaced a pair of smaller residential buildings, will consist of a six-story edifice featuring 36 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments above 414 square feet of ground-floor restaurant space and a 27-car garage.  In exchange for Transit Oriented Communities development incentives, the apartment complex will include four deed-restricted affordable units, offsetting the total amount of rent stabilized housing that was demolished.

Warren Techentin Architecture is designing the contemporary podium-type building, which will include a rooftop amenity deck.

City records link the project to developer and landlord Premier League, Inc., which has built numerous housing complexes with British-inspired names across the Westside.

In addition to the Premier League development, nearly a half-dozen other mixed-use and multi-family residential buildings are also planned or under construction along Motor Avenue between Venice and Palms Boulevards, including a 42-unit complex at Tabor Street and a 30-unit project at 3741 Motor.