More details on Hankey and Jamison’s tower near Ktown and Westlake

Los Angeles /
Mar.March 13, 2017 01:00 PM

New details reveal what the Wilshire high-rise apartment tower by investment firm Hankey Investment Co. and partner Jamison Services will potentially look like.

Planning documents show the project at 2908 Wilshire Boulevard will include 23 stories of housing above a seven-story structure. The seven stories will contain additional housing, parking and street-level retail, Curbed reported.

The project, bordering Koreatown and Westlake, will include 227 studios, 293 one-bedroom units and 124 two-bedroom units. Retail will take up 10,000 square feet with an additional 5,500 square feet for restaurants.

The development will also include 64,440 square feet of open space for residents that includes a dog park, viewing deck, barbecue areas and event space.

The 2.3-acre site — which sits between Wilshire Boulevard, Hoover Street and Sunset Place — is currently home to two commercial buildings and a parking lot, The Real Deal previously reported. [Curbed]Subrina Hudson


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