A listing on LoopNet offers a first look at a proposed high-rise apartment complex on the Palms - Culver City border.

The project, which the listing names as the Icon at Culver City, would consist of a 19-story, 248-foot-tall tower featuring 17 apartments above three levels of basement parking.  The subject property at 3812-3818 Dunn Drive is currently vacant and was previously occupied by a pair of small residential buildings.

Renderings portray a contemporary glass tower, featuring studio, one- and two-bedroom units wrapped with cantilevered balconies.

Per the listing, the current property owner is attempting to sell the "by-right" development for $8 million.

The project site sits immediately north of a new apartment building from California Landmark Group.

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