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Drone shots by architectural photographer Hunter Kerhart offer a new perspective on the $150-million development now taking shape next to Expo/Sepulveda Station in West Los Angeles.

Carmel Partners is behind the four-acre project, which replaces a former cement plant that was ironically used for the construction of the Expo Line.  A full buildout of the development would create multiple nine-story structures lining Pico and Sepulveda Boulevard, as well as a 13-story tower at the east side of the property.  Plans call for 595 apartments and approximately 15,000 square feet of ground-floor retail.

VTBS Architects is designing the project, which elevation plans show as a series of contemporary mid-rise buildings.  Rodrigo Vargas Design is handling the project's interior design work.

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