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On Wednesday, the Palms Neighborhood Council's Planning and Land Use Committee is scheduled to give its first consideration to a proposed mixed-use development near Sony Pictures Studios.

The project, filed in October 2017 by Vancouver-based Bastion Development, would replace an auto body shop at Washington Boulevard and Motor Avenue with a seven-story building featuring 108 residential units above 3,600 square feet of ground-floor retail uses and two basement parking levels.

PK Architecture is designing the mid-rise structure, which is shown as featuring an exterior of glass and metal.  Updated renderings displayed on the Agoura Hills-based firm's website show a U-shaped mass above a podium, with a pool and amenity deck facing toward Motor Avenue.

The project is one of two current proposed development that comes from both PK Architecture and Bastion, joining at two-building complex slated for Olympic Boulevard in Koreatown.  The two also worked to entitle the 97-unit Pennylane development in Culver City, which was eventually sold to CityView.

Several other multifamily residential buildings are also rising on this Culver City-adjacent stretch of Washington Boulevard, including Greystar Real Estate's 135-unit Cobalt apartments.

Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.
Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.
Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.
Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.
Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.
Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.
Rendering of 10375 Washington Boulevard. Image via PK Architecture.

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