California Landmark Group (CRG) has quiety started construction for D1, a $30-million apartment complex just outside of Marina del Rey.

The five-story building, located at 4210 Del Rey Avenue, will feature 68 live-work apartments above a parking garage.  The series of one-, two- and three-bedroom units will range in size from 740 to 1,640 square feet, each featuring concrete floors and high ceilings.

According to a project page from the CLG website, the project will offer common area amenities including a gym, a business center, outdoor lounge spaces and 3,000-square-foot rooftop pool deck.

The building is being designed by Woodland Hills-based PK Architecture, with plans calling for an exterior of plaster and sheet metal.

Completion is expected in Fall 2018.

CLG, based out of Brentwood, is responsible for many of the developments that comprise the Del Rey loft district, a community of multifamily residential buildings located east of Lincoln Boulevard.  The company is currently wrapping up construction on the $30-million R3 Lofts, and is planning another project at 4040 Del Rey Avenue.

D1 (Image courtesy of CLG)
4210 Del Rey Avenue (Image: Google Maps)

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