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A leasing brochure has unveiled renderings for the reimagined District Squre, a proposed mixed-use development that would rise steps from Expo/Crenshaw Station.

Charles Company, the Los Angeles-based real estate firm behind the project at Crenshaw Boulevard and Rodeo Road, revised its original plan for a 300,000-square-foot shopping center on the property in 2015.  According to a notice from the CRA/LA Governing Board, the updated proposal called for the addition of 200 residential units to the project, replacing some of the commercial space.

Conceptual renderings show an approximately six-story building fronting Crenshaw Boulevard, with a 1,300-car parking garage at back of the property.  Nearly 270,000 square feet of shops and restaurants would line the first two floors of the building.

Although an exact timeline for the project is unclear, the leasing brochure points to a potential start date in 2017.

District Square joins multiple large developments surrounding future stations on the Crenshaw Line, highlighted by the proposed redevelopment of the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping center.

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