A pair of affordable housing developments from West Hollywood Community Housing Corp. are now taking shape on back-to-back sites in Westlake.

The smaller of the two buildings, now topped out at 1438 Miramar Street, consists of a seven-story building which will feature 94 rental apartments reserved for low-income and formerly unhoused residents.

Rendering of Third Thyme64North

Architecture firm 64North is designing the apartment complex, named Miramar Gold, which consists of two wings connected by pedestrian bridges. Renderings depict a contemporary facade highlighted by varying geometric forms.

Directly south at 1435 W. 3rd Street, concrete is now rising for an eight-story building called Third Thyme. Plans call for 104 one-bedroom senior apartments, including 47 units for formerly homeless residents and two units for on-site managers, according to a landing page on the West Hollywood Community Housing website. The remaining apartments would be set aside for renters earning  between 50 and 60 percent of the area median income level.

View looking north from 3rd StreetUrbanize LA

As with its neighbor, the Third Thyme is being designed by 64North.

Both are located on a property previously entitled for redevelopment with a market-rate apartment complex.

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