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Two mixed-use developments are climbing near the corner of Variel Avenue and Oxnard Street in Warner Center.

In the foreground of the above image, Beijing-based developer BCEGI International Company excavating the underground garage for a seven-story building that will feature 263 rental apartments and 484 parking spaces.

The $75-million project, which is being designed by VTBS Architects, is scheduled for completion in 2019.

In the background, developer Fairfield Residential has assembled the wooden framework of a similar $70-million development at 21221 Oxnard Street.  The project will feature 379 apartments in a five-story building designed by Architects Orange.

Both buildings are considered the first phases of two-part developments that will also feature office space.

BCEGI has proposed a 12-story, 66,000-square-foot office tower, while the Fairfield project is entitled for a seven-story, 70,000-square-foot building.

6041 Variel and 21221 Oxnard
Rendering of 21221 Oxnard. Image via Architects Orange.
Rendering of 6041 Variel. Image via LADCP.

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