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Four months ago, developer CityView cleared away a series of commercial buildings at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Inglewood Avenue.  The Los Angeles-based firm has now commenced with construction for a residential-retail complex in their place.

The mixed-use project, known as Pennylane, will consist of a five-story edifice containing 97 studio and one-bedroom apartments, in addition to 15,000 square feet of ground-level retail space and underground parking for 200 vehicles.  Plans also call for four units of affordable housing.

PK Architecture is designing the low-rise complex, which spans across an approximately 1.2-acre site located in both Culver City and Los Angeles.  Renderings show a contemporary design, with residential units wrapping around a central courtyard.

The project follows the Oliver apartments, a smaller mixed-use development located across Washington Boulevard.

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Another Look at 8000 W. 3rd Street

Mixed-use apartment building planned just west of Fairfax Avenue.
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Yesterday, the development team behind a proposed residential-retail development near The Grove gave a first look at their project to the Mid City West Community Council's Planning and Land Use Committee.

The project, filed earlier this year with the City of Los Angeles, calls for replacing an auto body repair shop and two small commercial buildings at 8000-8014 W.