Monday, September 23, 2013

Mixed-Use Development for Freeway Adjacent Westchester Parcel

7407 La Tijera, image from NCWP

According to documents from the Neighborhood Council of Westchester and Playa Del Rey (NCWP), a mostly vacant plot of land in Westchester is set for some big changes.  Marina Del Rey based Trical Construction has plans for 7407 La Tijera, a large, mixed-use development located just a short walk from the 405 freeway.  Here's what to expect:

7407, 7401-7501 S. La Tijera Boulevard, 5630 W. 74th Street
The construction, use and maintenance of a new five-story, mixed-use building, containing 140 residential units, 2,600 square feet of ground floor retail space, 241 parking spaces (including 227 residential spaces and 14 retail spaces), and located on a 51,990 square-foot lot....Of the 140 units, 127 units will be market rate and 13 units will be restricted to Very-Low Income Households....The project will provide 18,104 square feet of open space, composed of a courtyard, a rear yard, amenities (gym and recreation room), and private balconies.  Proposed parking will be located on-site, within a three-level, subterranean parking structure.
Amidst a sea of single family homes and gas stations, a four-five story building will stand out like a sore thumb.  However, Trical managed to gain the approval of NCWP by making a variety of concessions, including additional parking accommodations, landscaping, traffic management, and senior oriented affordable units.

Another angle of the proposed development, image from NCWP

7407 La Tijera Blvd

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