The project will feature several different apartment layouts, including 30 micro apartments, 12 live/work lofts, and one- to three-bedroom apartments making up the remaining 327 units. And not only will Cal-Coast provide reasonably affordable rents, they’ll also provide all the usual mixed-use amenities of their luxury counterparts: residents will have a fitness center, roof terrace, and a total of 40,600 square feet of open space at their disposal. Parking will be provided in a two-level underground garage with enough space for 567 cars and 410 bikes. The street level will host 2,500 square feet of commercial space.
Construction should begin early next year, with a completion date sometime in 2018.
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