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Local developer Wylan James has broken ground on four townhomes in Culver City

The project, located at 4118 Wade Street near Washington Boulevard, will each offer three-bedroom, three-bathroom floor plans averaging 2,200 square feet.  Plans also call for two-car garages and 800 square feet of outdoor entertainment space per residences.

Ben Adams Studio is designing the project with double-height rooms and sliding glass walls to allow for natural lighting.  The Wade Street townhomes are the firm's first U.S. project.

According to a representative of Wylan James, the project and similar developments are intended to encourage Culver City to a small lot ordinance similar to that which is already in effect in Los Angeles.

Completion of the Wade Street development is anticipated in January 2019.

Rendering of the Wade Street development. Image courtesy of Wylan James.
Rendering of the Wade Street development. Image courtesy of Wylan James.
Rendering of the Wade Street development. Image courtesy of Wylan James.

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