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This week in renderings: Ivy Station, Jamison’s Wilshire condos

Here are some images of future LA sites that caught our eye

June 17, 2016 05:03PM

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    A rendering of Lowe Enterprises and Aecom's Ivy Station project in Culver City (via Killefer Flammang Architects)

This week’s most eye-popping renderings include new images of Ivy Station, a mixed-use development proposed by Lowe Enterprises and Aecom that would replace Culver City station’s parking lot at Venice and National Boulevards. The project would include 200 residential units, a 148-key hotel, 210,000 square feet of office space and 36,000 square feet of retail. The development is being designed by Killefer Flammang Architects.

Renderings reveal Jamison Services‘ plan for an office property at 3350 Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown. It is converting the building into a 216-unit apartment complex with ground-floor retail and a karaoke room. Jamison is also converting an office building at 3345 Wilshire into a residential tower. 

Two developers who were competing to build on the 15.6 acres of land around the North Hollywood Metro station are now joining forces. Renderings show two potential options proposed by Trammell Crow Company and Greenland USA.  The developers would work with the Cesar Chavez Foundation on the project, which would involve Gensler, HKS Architects, Killefer Flammang Architects and Melendrez. — Hannah Miet