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The wood framework of a new mixed-use development is now complete in Santa Monica.

The project, located at 2300 Wilshire Boulevard, consists of a three-story building that will feature 30 rental apartments and approximately 25,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.  Rumors last year pointed to Trader Joe's as the property's street-level tenant.

DFH Architects is designing the low-rise structure, which will be clad with a brick facade.

Completion is expected sometime in 2018.

The project was originally entitled by Beverly Hills-based developer Maxxam Enterprises.  Maxxam is also behind plans for a pair of eye-catching residential-retail developments in Downtown Los Angeles' Arts District.

2300 Wilshire Boulevard. Image courtesy of Michael Hayes.
Rendering of 2300 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via DFH Architects.
Rendering of 2300 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via DFH Architects.
Rendering of 2300 Wilshire Boulevard. Image via DFH Architects.

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