After more than a year of construction, the wooden frame of a three-story mixed-use development is now complete in Santa Monica.

The project, located at 3008 Santa Monica Boulevard, will feature 26 rental apartments above nearly 3,500 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.  Plans also call for 66 parking space son two subterranean levels.

DFH Architects designed the low-rise structure, which will feature common open space in the form of a roof deck and a central courtyard.

Completion is anticipated later this year.

3008 Santa Monica Boulevard
Rendering of 3008 Santa Monica Boulevard. Image via LoopNet.
3008 Santa Monica Boulevard. Image via Google Maps.

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