A new seven-story mixed-user in the works for San Vicente in Beverly Grove would bring 53 apartments (five of them affordable) and some new commercial space to the busy street. New renderings for the project from the Mid City West Community Council, first seen on Urbanize LA, show how the cool, boxy project might fit into the streetscape.
The building at San Vicente near Fifth Street would feature apartments over about 5,600 square feet of retail space at the street level. Renderings by R&A Architecture + Design show a building with floors that taper off as the building rises, creating a kind of layer-cake look on the rear of the building. The layers would be bordered by landscaping and terraces.
The complex would be served by underground parking with 79 spaces for the residents and the retail customers.
Materials for the project identify The Neman Group as the project’s developer.
Beverly Grove may get another cool mixed-use development over on La Cienega. That building would rise six stories tall on the site of a car wash.