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Local developer LIDO Equities Group has broken ground on a new rental development in Culver City, just east of Centinela Avenue.

The project, located on a rectangular site at 4025 Grand View Boulevard, will consist of 36 three-story townhomes over an underground parking level.  Each unit will feature three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

Pleskow Architects designed the new development, features two rows of 18 townhomes arranged perpendicular to Grand View.  Renderings show contemporary low-rise structures, clad with a brick facade and wood panels.

LIDO recently completed two apartment buildings on Culver Boulevard in the Del Rey community.

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