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Gardenhouse, Chinese architect Ma Yansong's first residential project in the United States, continues to take shape in Beverly Hills.

The project, which is being developed by Palisades, is located on a corner lot at 8600 Wilshire Boulevard. The three-to-five-story building development will feature 18 residential units, including three townhomes, eight condos, five villas and two studios.

The design is described as a "hillside village," with units set atop a podium structure wrapped with a wall of succulents and vines.  Retail space will activate the property's ground level.

A completion date for the project is currently unclear.

Palisades recently announced for a multi-tower development at the former headquarters of the Metropolitan Water District at 1111 Sunset Boulevard.

 

Gardenhouse. Image via Hunter Kerhart Architectural Photography.
Rendering of Gardenhouse. Image via MAD Architects.
Rendering of Gardenhouse. Image via MAD Architects.
Rendering of Gardenhouse. Image via MAD Architects.

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