Santa Monica Boulevard is one of the prime spots in Hollywood that has been favorably affected by the rise in construction projects in LA. The reason for this is its location that stretches from East Hollywood to Beverly Hills. The following are some of the projects that promise to transform Santa Monica Blvd entirely.
Avalon West Hollywood: With 293 housing units and more than 32k in retail space, the Avalon West Hollywood construction promises to be one of the most popular haunts this year. With businesses like Trader Joe’s, the building is sure to be a successful venture.
The Domain: Designed by Trammel Crow Residential and Studio One Eleven, The Domain boasts of a six-story mixed use building with 166 apartment spaces. It also promises more than 9k square feet of commercial space. Along with these features, the complex is one of the few to have two levels of underground parking lots. With The Lot and the famous Formosa Café nearby, this is a prime building that is easily accessible and promises a high quality of living.
One Beverly Hills: Located on 9900 Wilshire Blvd, this construction is one that speaks of opulence and luxury. Built by China’s largest commercial designers, the space will host a 143 room hotel along with 193 residences. Along with that, the Wanda and Athens Group designers have also included plans for 1000 parking spaces. With an expected time of delivery of 2017, this is a property that boasts of luxury wrapped up in 24/7 convenience.
Old Sears Building Redevelopment: The next project we are going to consider is the Old Sears Building Redevelopment. The plan includes restructuring the 5.3 acres of land on East Hollywood to build a space for 700 apartments. With 300k square feet of retail space, this is arguably one of the most extensive projects that the Santa Monica blvd has seen so far.
10000 Santa Monica Blvd: The last redevelopment project that we are going to take a look at is 10000 Santa Monica Blvd. Developed by Crescent Heights and Handel Architects, the construction is one of the most anticipated projects in Santa Monica. With a 40 story building, the $300 million housing project is expected to reach completion in 2016. The plan is supposed to include 283 condos, pools, a tennis court and landscape gardens. Built for comfort as well as for luxury, the project is situated right at the entryway of Century City. Crescent Heights first bought the land for this project in 2010 from SunCal Cos. and they are expected to incur a mile high profit for the same. Overall, the space is one that is built for style as well as overall convenience vis-à-vis facilities and the location.
The above projects are some of the development schemes that have truly transformed the Santa Monica Blvd. Constructed along the East Hollywood stretch, these projects are a perfect blend of opulence and comfort.