Friday, December 6, 2013

Millennium Del Rey Has Lots of Stucco and a Little Hyperbole

Architectural renderings from the Dinerstein Cos.

Just north of Jefferson Boulevard and Centinela Avenue, Texas based Dinerstein Cos. is wrapping up construction on a development which has transformed the former site of a church into a multi-family residential complex.  The project at 5550 Grosvenor Boulevard, dubbed Millennium Del Rey, will create 196 apartments within a stucco-clad four-story structure.  Units in the LEED Silver Certified development will range from one to three bedrooms, featuring high-quality fixtures and smart home technology.  The Millennium's official website touts adjacency to the shops and restaurant of Playa Vista (yes) and Abbott Kinney Boulevard (not really).  While upscale shopping in Venice may be a little outside of walking distance (hence the project's four-level off-street parking garage), future residents of Millennium Del Rey will be located just across Jefferson from the Lincoln Property Group's Runway at Playa Vista.  It may not offer boutique clothing stores, but you can get your organic fix at the future Whole Foods Market.

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