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With a year of construction now behind it, the rebar pillars of the $300-million Ivy Station development are now visible above ground in Culver City.

The project from Lowe Enterprises, located on the former Culver City Station park-and-ride lot at Washington and National Boulevards, will consist of three mid-rise structures containing 200 apartments, a 148-room hotel, 210,000 square feet of offices, and 36,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space.

Cuningham Group, EYRC Architects, KFA Architecture, and RELM Studio compose the Ivy Station design team.  Renderings show a mix of modern five- and six-story buildings, oriented around a central one-acre green space.

Construction of the mixed-use project is anticipated in 2019.

Ivy Station is joined by a 128,000-square-foot office building also under construction across the street at 8777 Washington Boulevard, and a proposed 234-unit apartment complex at 8700-8750 Washington.

Ivy Station. Image courtesy of Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography
Ivy Station. Image courtesy of Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.
Rendering of Ivy Station. Image via Lowe Enterpises.

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