At the intersection of Kittridge Street and Independence Avenue in Canoga Park, developer Fairfield Residential is beginning to lift the curtain at the company's latest Los Angeles County apartment complex.

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The wrap-style apartment complex, dubbed Chroma, will feature a total of 275 studio, one-, and two-bedroom dwellings, masking a central parking structure with space for up to 400 vehicles.

AO is designing Chroma, which is portrayed in renderings as a contemporary five-story structure with a blue and white exterior composed of metal siding, brick veneer, and plaster. Approximately 32,000 square feet of open space amenities are planned for the project, including a fitness center and a rooftop deck.

Completion of project, previously dubbed "Lume," remains on pace to occur in 2022, according to a landing page on the Fairfield Residential website.

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Fairfield is the latest developer to set its sights on the northern section of the Warner Center specific plan area, following Evolution Strategic Partners, which built the 271-unit Vert apartments one block west on Variel Street, and Hanover Company, which completed the  394-unit Hanover Warner Center apartments located directly south across Kittridge.

Fairfield's other Los Angeles area projects include a 370-unit apartment complex near the L.A. River in Glassell Park and a 362-unit development that would wrap Dinah's Family Restaurant in Westchester.