The eight-story mixed use development in Brentwood offers 78 units with one bedrooms starting at $2,925.
The almost-finished the bw apartment building has already livened up that area where Brentwood and West LA meet–the northeast corner of Wilshire and Barrington was once the proposed site of a 28-story tower, but the project was severely shrunken down post-recession.
The gig: Ken Kahan, 54, is founder and president of California Landmark, a real estate development company that has made its mark throughout the Los Angeles area by acquiring, rehabilitating and building new projects in both commercial and residential real estate. He is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization, which is based in West Los Angeles.
An affiliate of Los Angeles-based California Landmark Group (CLG) has acquired an undeveloped 70,000-square-foot lot at the corner of Century Park West and Solar Way, and is constructing ten 5,000 square-foot homes, to be known as The Enclave at Century Woods.
A vacant lot in Century City, one of the most densely developed neighborhoods in Los Angeles, will be filled with single–family homes by its new owner.