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Later this month, the Culver City Planning Commission will consider Regency Centers' proposal to construct Market Hall, a new commercial development at two corners of Washington Boulevard and Centinela Avenue.

The project, which would rise upon two vacant lots totaling 1.6 acres of land, calls for the construction of low-rise buildings featuring nearly 30,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

  • Site A, located at the northwest corner of Washington and Centinela, is imagined as a one-story building featuring 21,605 square feet of space for artisanal food vendors, attached to a four-level parking structure with 184 vehicle stalls. 
  • Site B, located at the northeast corner of the intersection, is described will feature two one-story buildings offering 5,230 square feet of commercial space, with a 20-stall surface parking lot located at the back of the property.

Renderings of the project, which is designed by JRDV Architects, portray outdoor seating along Washington Boulevard, with greenery used to mask the adjoining parking garage.

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