This week in renderings: Jamison’s condos at 3980 Wilshire

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

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jul.July 15, 2016 05:00 PM
  • A rendering of Jamison's proposed condo project at 3980 Wilshire, by KTGY Group

This week’s most eye-popping images were KTGY Group’s conceptual renderings of Jamison Services’ 228-unit condo tower just west of Koreatown at 3980 Wilshire and 975-3987 West Ingraham Street.

The proposed project is the ground-up construction of a seven-story, 105-foot condo tower. The 205,109-square-foot development would also have 16,955 square feet of commercial space and 340 parking spaces. To make way for the structure, Jamison would demolish a two-story, 4,732-square-foot commercial building and a one-story, 4,668-square-foot commercial building. It would also take over a surface parking lot on the site, which extends to Wilshire Boulevard.

Amenities at the proposed development would include a rooftop deck, a courtyard, a fitness room and a swimming pool. To move forward, the project needs the approval of a zone change and a site plan review by the City of Los Angeles. — Hannah Miet


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