Work is continuing in Palms for the Roy @ Overland, a $16-million mixed-use complex from partners Anejo Development, LLC and Griffin Opportunities, LLC.

The project, now rising on a half-acre site at 3644-3658 Overland Avenue, will consist of a six-story structure featuring 92 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments above 1,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space.  Plans also call for eight units of very low income housing, in addition to underground parking for 105 vehicles.

Santa Monica-based architecture firm KFA is designing the podium-type building, which is highlighted by a rooftop deck and a landscaped courtyard that opens to the street.

The Roy is operating on an estimated 18-month construction schedule, per environmental documents published by the City of Los Angeles.   Completion was previously on track to occur in late 2017.

Image via KFA

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Two Affordable Housing Projects Poised for $31 Million in Funding

The projects would create over 90 units reserved for low-income residents.

Earlier this month, the Los Angeles City Council approved $31 million in funding for affordable housing in Westlake and near USC.