CityView plans 243-unit complex in north Westlake

Plan would require demolition of existing structures on the block

Dec.December 29, 2016 04:00 PM
CityView CEO Sean Burton and the storefront at 1800 Beverly Boulevard (Credit: CityView, Google Earth)

West Coast developer CityView is setting its sights on Westlake, where the firm is planning a 243-unit mixed-use complex, according to city filings.

The five-story building would rise at 1800 Beverly Boulevard, as Urbanize first reported, and would have about 3,500-square-feet of commercial space.

The city planning request, filed by CityView’s vice president of development Michael Schwartzman, also calls for a density bonus incentive to increase the floor-to-area ratio.

The project would entail the demolition of several existing warehouses on Beverly between South Burlington Avenue and South Bonnie Brae Street.

CityView is collaborating with Hankey Investment on another mixed-use residential complex not so far away, in Koreatown, at 3670 Wilshire Boulevard. [Urbanize]Cathaleen Chen

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