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Nearly two years after breaking ground in Marina del Rey, the AMLI MDR apartments are now taking form, with wood skeletons protruding above concrete podums.

Located on an L-shaped lot at Via Marina and Panay Way, the $165-million development from AMLI Residential consists of multiple five-story buildings that will feature 585 residential units, in addition to amenities such as outdoor swimming pools, barbeque areas and a small retail component.

The project is designed by TCA Architects, which was inspired by the image of a boathouse with a simple shed roof and exposed rafters.  Each of the buildings opens onto a waterfront promenade that wraps the approximately 10-acre site.

TCA has also created a series of virtual reality panoramas for the AMLI project.

Completion of the mixed-use complex is anticipated later this year.

Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
Rendering by TCA Architects
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