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Architecture firm Newman Garrison + Partners has unveiled renderings for De Soto and Erwin, its third Warner Center apartment complex with developer California Home Builders

The project, which was filed in November 2017 with the City of Los Angeles, will consist of a seven-story edifice featuring 358 residential units above ground-floor retail uses.

Renderings show a boxy mid-rise structure with multiple outdoor decks.

Two other projects from California Home Builders and Newman Garrison - Q East and Q West - are already construction nearby, with anticipated completion dates in 2019.

Rendering of De Soto and Erwin. Image courtesy of Newman Garrison + Partners.
Rendering of De Soto and Erwin. Image courtesy of Newman Garrison + Partners.
Rendering of De Soto and Erwin. Image courtesy of Newman Garrison + Partners.
Rendering of De Soto and Erwin. Image courtesy of Newman Garrison + Partners.

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