Construction is underway for a small mixed-use development in Frogtown, as seen in images provided by photographer Michael Hayes.

The Elysian Valley Riverfront Campus, now rising on the 2900 block of Allesandro Street, is repurposing two existing buildings and redeveloping a formerly vacant lot with a three-story structure featuring 40 live/work dwellings around a landscaped central courtyard.  The project also includes 8,000 square feet of groud-floor commercial space, as well as 8 units of low-income housing.

Santa Monica-based architecture firm KFA is designing the low-rise campus, which will feature a direct connection to the L.A. River.

A completion date is unclear.

Rendering by KFA
Rendering by KFA
Rendering by KFA
Rendering by KFA

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Three-story building to rise near the Expo Line's 17th Street/Santa Monica College Station.

Earlier this month, the Santa Monica Architectural Review Board took a look at the Colorado & Euclid development, a proposed mixed-use office building near the Expo Line's 17th Stree/Santa Monica Station.

Slated for the northwest corner of Colorado Avenue and Euclid Street, the propsoed development would repla