LOHA DESIGNS MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT IN WEST HOLLYWOOD 
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30-UNIT BUILDING TO RISE ON KINGS ROAD.

Los Angeles-based architecture firm LOHA has unveiled renderings for a multifamily residential complex in West Hollywood.

The project, now rising at 1030 N. Kings Road, will consist of a four-story building featuring 30 apartments above one level of underground parking.

LOHA describes the building as featuring amenity spaces at multiple levels. A double-height space between the third and fourth floors provides space for a gym, a roof deck and seating areas. At the building’s exterior, plans call for a combination of fluted metal and flush panels.

A similar residential-retail complex was recently completed just north at the corner of Kings Road and Santa Monica Boulevard.

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New renderings for a 30-unit condo project on Kings Road in West Hollywood have popped up on the website for Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects, which designed the under-construction project. The complex had previously been reported as an apartment project, but a representative from developer National Construction tells Curbed it is now a condo project.

The images show the four-story 41,500-square-foot complex’s dynamic facade, a mix of perforated metal panel and wood cladding that jut out to create balconies and also keep the building from looking bulky.

When complete, the project will have a double-height entry-level courtyard, a “communal atrium,” and an amenity area with a gym and roof deck spanning parts of the third and fourth floors. It will also feature underground parking.

A rep with LOHA tells Curbed the project is likely to wrap up by late 2018.

 

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THE CONDO BUILDING NEXT TO GELSON’S AT 1030 N. KINGS RD

If you’re wondering what that condominium building going up next to Gelsons on North Kings Road is going to look like, you can find out here. Lorcan O’Herlihy, the architect has released new illustrations of the building, which drew strong opposition from neighborhood residents and antidevelopment activists went it went before the West Hollywood Planning Commission in in July 2015.

The four-story condominium building is right behind the Gelson’s grocery store on Santa Monica Boulevard. It will have 30 condo units, including two for low-income people and three for moderate-income people, and 58 parking spaces in an underground garage. It is replacing two single-family homes on adjacent lots.

The Planning Commission endorsed the project in a five-to-two vote, with then-commissioners Sheila Lightfoot and Heidi Shink voting against it. The images originally were published in The Architects Newspaper, a trade journal.

 

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