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Four months ago, developer CityView cleared away a series of commercial buildings at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Inglewood Avenue.  The Los Angeles-based firm has now commenced with construction for a residential-retail complex in their place.

The mixed-use project, known as Pennylane, will consist of a five-story edifice containing 97 studio and one-bedroom apartments, in addition to 15,000 square feet of ground-level retail space and underground parking for 200 vehicles.  Plans also call for four units of affordable housing.

PK Architecture is designing the low-rise complex, which spans across an approximately 1.2-acre site located in both Culver City and Los Angeles.  Renderings show a contemporary design, with residential units wrapping around a central courtyard.

The project follows the Oliver apartments, a smaller mixed-use development located across Washington Boulevard.

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Mixed-Use Development Proposed for Reseda Boulevard

Five-story building to rise north of Ventura Boulevard.
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A one-story commercial building in Tarzana could make way for a mixed-use development, according to plans filed earlier today with the City of Los Angeles.  The project, slated for two parcels at 5431-5505 N. Reseda Boulevard would consist of a five-story building featuring 40 residential units - including five set aside for very-low-income households - above 2,540 square feet of ground-floor retail space.