Across the street from the Kirk Douglas Theater, the $63 million NMS@Culver City is still chugging along. Designed by Santa Monica-based Killefer Flammang Architects, the finished product will stand six stories, containing 131 apartment units above 12,500 square feet of ground floor retail and restaurant space. Previous reports indicated that the project was expected to open this Spring. As the calendar clearly indicates, that's probably not happening. Located less than one mile south of Culver City Station, NMS' project is one of three spurred into action by the 2012 return of rail service to the Westside. Across the street from the station itself, mixed-use developments are currently underway from both the Runyon Group and Greystar Real Estate Partners. A third project is proposed by Lowe Enterprises for the southwest corner of Washington and National Boulevards, currently the location of Culver City Station's park-and-ride lot. Closer to the NMS development, plans are also in the works for an art deco inspired apartment building at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Overland Avenue.
- Killefer Flammang Designed Apartments Rise in Culver City (Building Los Angeles)