Anejo Development’s next resi project in Palms will be The Jagger

The firm will develop a second apartment complex on Overland Avenue, where several other projects have been built

Apr.April 15, 2019 01:00 PM
Renderings of the proposed project on Overland Avenue and KFA Architecture partner John Arnold (Credit: Hrdwrkshp)

Last year, Anejo Development completed the 92-unit The Roy, an apartment complex along a stretch of Overland Avenue in Palms that has seen a flurry of construction.
Now, Anejo wants to build a 74-unit apartment complex on the same block, at 3630-3638 Overland. KFA Architecture, which also designed The Roy, revealed plans for the latest construction, to be called The Jagger. Urbanize reported on the construction plans but did not identify the developer.

The Jagger, whose renderings reveal sawtooth windows and roofs, will replace three smaller structures. The building will also have space for a restaurant, according to the report. The six-story project is designed by Glendale-based Hopson Rodstrom Design Workshop.

That stretch of Overland Avenue will remain a veritable construction site for some time to come.

Last month, Oakmont Capital unveiled plans for a 119-unit mixed-use project about a block away. The seven-story development at 3565 Overland Avenue would have 2,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. A firm related to Oakmont is also building a 187-unit project with 3,864 square feet of commercial space at 3664-3688 Overland Avenue,

Santa Monica-based owners Neeta Inc. also recently applied for a 42-unit, mixed-use development at 3602 S. Overland Avenue. [Urbanize]Gregory Cornfield

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