Completion is nearing for West L.A.'s Hampstead Heath development, allowing for a comparison between the (nearly) finished product and architectural renderings.

The five-story building - designed by a team consisting of Robert James Taylor Architects, MiKA Design Group and MJS Design Group - adheres close to representative images filed with the City of Los Angeles.

Located at 11628-11652 W. Pico Boulevard, the podium-type development offers 71 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments above 3,600 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.

The project is one of a handful of apartment buildings that either planned or underway along Pico Boulevard.

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Long-Vacant Property in South L.A. Poised for Mixed-Use Development

Plans call for 160 apartments and a full-service grocery store.

A two-acre lot in South Los Angeles that has been vacant since the early 1990s could finally be in line for development.

The Economic and Workforce Development Department has recommended that the the City of Los Angeles enter into an exclusive negotiating agreement with 94B, LLC for the sale of the City-owned property at 9402-9422 S.