Jamison is at it again with 122-unit Westlake project

Company is doubling down on the neighborhood with two projects within three blocks

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 22, 2016 09:30 AM

Westlake looks to be the latest frontier for multifamily development supernova Jamison.

The longtime landlord filed plans Wednesday for a 122-unit building right next to MacArthur Park, according to city documents. 

The developer is also requesting a density bonus and a subdivision for one lot. The 18,000-square-foot site, at 668 and 672 South Coronado Street, is currently occupied by a parking lot, according to property records.

Jamison is doubling down on the neighborhood. Three blocks west, at 2908 Wilshire Boulevard, the company has plans to build a 31-story apartment tower in partnership with Hankey Investment.

The firm has filed plans for a handful of multifamily developments in the past month alone, including twin 23-story high-rises at 3600 Wilshire Boulevard and a 224-unit multifamily complex in Hollywood.


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