Environmental Assessment Released for Crenshaw Crossing Development in Los Angeles
Last week, the City of Los Angeles released a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment (SCEA) for the Crenshaw Crossing mixed-use project located at 3510 and 3606 W. Exposition Boulevard.
The project proposed by a joint venture between Watt Companies and West Angeles Community Development Corporation would include the construction of two podium-type buildings with 401 residential units. Approximately 15% of the total units (61 units) will be reserved for Very-Low Income households and 5% of the total units (20 units) will be reserved for a range of Very-Low to Low-Income households.
A combined total of 502 parking spaces would also be included within the project, with each building containing a three-level podium garage.
City of Los Angeles
Construction of the project would include demolition of the existing administrative building, parking lot, and other site improvements on the West Site and construction of the new buildings on both sites.
The project would also include several types of open spaces in the form of indoor and outdoor recreational amenities, passive open space that has been programmed for residents, and publicly accessible open space with additional programming opportunities.
Belzberg Architects will be designing the project.