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Culver City's shuttered Westchester Hotel is now midway through its transformation into a micro-unit apartment complex.

The two-story building, located at 5630 Sawtelle Boulevard, is being redesigned by the architecture firm Shubin Donaldson to contain 35 furnished apartments with an average floor area of 200 square feet.  Per a project page from the architect's website, the 10,000-square-foot building is also being improved with a common kitchen area, laundry facilities and central green space.

The exterior of utiliarian hotel is being reclad materials such as trespa and metal.  A former one-story lobby area was demolished to make way for the construction of a new entry building.

Per the Real Deal LA, the project is being developed by developer Robert Herscu through his firm HQ Creative.

 

Image via Shubin Donaldson
Image via Shubin Donaldson
Image via Shubin Donaldson
Image via Shubin Donaldson
Image via Shubin Donaldson

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