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Six-story, 91-unit apartment building rising just west of Century City

Heavy equipment is now pushing dirt at 10306-10330 Santa Monica Boulevard, where California Landmark Group has secured permits for the construction of a six-story building featuring 91 one-, two-, and three-bedroom dwellings.

Six-story, 100-unit apartment building rises near Sunset & Fountain

CLG’s new project, approved inearly 2020 by the City of Los Angeles, is rising from a site at 1201 Myra Avenue, where it replaced an automobile repair shop. The under-construction development will stand six stories in height, featuring 100 rental apartments above 50 parking stalls in a semi-subterranean garage.

CLG Commercial Acquires Woodland Plaza Office Park

California Landmark Group (CLG) bought the two-building property located at 21241–21243 Ventura Blvd. just south of the 101 freeway in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Expansion underway at 3838 apartments in Palms

CLG has commenced work on yet another multifamily residential development in Palms. The latest project, located on a previously vacant site at 3812 S. Dunn Drive, is an expansion of CLG’s 3838 apartments next door.

Imagine LA Pilots Family Inspiration Housing Program with CLG

Imagine LA is currently piloting Family Inspiration Housing Program with California Landmark Group (CEO Ken Kahan). Eight Imagine LA families are in the process of moving into very low-income (50% AMI) units in the brand-new luxury G8 complex in Marina Del Rey, with the possibility of more units becoming available.

Renderings Revealed: Mixed-use development now rising in Palms

California Landmark Group has unveiled renderings for the MV by CLG, the firm’s latest mixed-use apartment complex in Palms. The development calls for the construction of an eight-story building, above 1,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and a two-level, 52-car garage.

First Look at Mixed-Use Project Planned at Washington & Motor

A proposed mixed-use development in Palms, calls for razing a thrift store at the northwest corner of Washington Boulevard and Motor Avenue to make way for a new seven-story edifice above 2,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and parking for 71 vehicles.