Ward Schurr looks to build townhome development in Inglewood

The 20-home project would the double number of existing single-family homes on the property

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Sep.September 24, 2018 02:00 PM
Ward Schurr CEO James Ward and a rendering of the firm’s Inglewood project

A real estate investment firm is looking to build 20 three-story townhomes in Inglewood.

Hollywood-based Ward Schurr has filed for a project that would replace 11 single-family homes stretching from 113-133 W. Plymouth Street, according to Urbanize. The properties are near the intersection with the N. La Brea Avenue commercial corridor.

Each townhome would be about 1,850 square feet and have three bedrooms and a third-floor outdoor deck area. Renderings of the project show a modernist-style design. Nassef A Eskander & Associates is designing the project.

Inglewood is on the verge of a major transformation. The $2.6 billion Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, which will be the home of both the Los Angeles Ram and Los Angeles Chargers, is slated for completion in 2021.

Real estate investment has accelerated considerably since the stadium was announced in 2015. So far this year, Kruger Development has revealed plans for a Hilton-branded hotel in Inglewood, and Bell Partners paid $123 million for a 264-unit apartment complex in the city.

The city is also preparing for an influx of visitors and investment. Late last year, city officials began exploring land use plans for development near the Metro’s Green Line stations there. The city is also courting the Los Angeles Clippers to build a new stadium there, although the piece of land it has offered to the team has drawn a lawsuit from its former owner, the Madison Square Garden Company. [Urbanize]Dennis Lynch


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