PacTen Partners plans 140-unit condo in Westlake

The project would include 9,000 square feet of commercial space

Feb.February 21, 2018 10:00 AM
Wilshire Boulevard and Lucas Avenue in Downtown (Credit: Google)

Developers have filed plans to build a 140-unit mixed-use condo building in the Westlake neighborhood.

According to the design, Newport Beach-based PacTen Partners will include 9,115 square feet of ground floor commercial space and 257 parking spaces. It would rise on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Lucas Avenue.

The site is on the same block as 1100 Wilshire, a 37-story residential tower. It’s also near the site of Realm Group’s 36-story Bixel Tower project, which will have have 422 apartments.  Last year, the owners of 1100 Wilshire sued Realm over that project, saying it would block the views from its pool.

Details about the proposed PacTen condo were not known. The company also owns a 16-story tower in San Francisco — home to a Ritz-Carlton hotel — in partnership with the Hunter Group. It also has a 2.3 million-square-foot development site in Menifee in Riverside County.

PacTen could not be reached for comment.

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