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Architect Kevin Tsai has released new renderings for 57 Wheeler, a mixed-use development now under construction near the Foothill Gold Line Extension's Arcadia Station.

Located at the corner of 1st and Wheeler Avenues, the project will consist of a four-story building featuring 38 one- and two-bedroom apartments atop 10,730 square feet of retail space and 7,120 square feet of office space.

A landscaped plaza at the north edge of the development site will provide a buffer between the new construction and an existing commercial building.

Image courtesy of Kevin Tsai Architecture
Image courtesy of Kevin Tsai Architecture
Image courtesy of Kevin Tsai Architecture
Image courtesy of Kevin Tsai Architecture

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