The "Living Room" of Manhattan Beach
The Metlox Block is a spacious mixed-use development in the heart of Downtown Manhattan Beach. Functioning as the "living room" of the city, Metlox Block offers 25,000 of retail and dining establishments, a 38-room Shade Hotel and 15,000 square feet of loft-style office space. The Metlox Block is designed around an active town square, with a central fountain piece with abundant public seating and tree-lined shade areas.
Contemporary urban residences in the Studio District of Downtown Los Angeles
Bixel at Fifth is a modern urban oasis, offering urban dwellers a pleasant refuge from the bustling city. Completed in 2008, Bixel at Fifth offers 80 1-2 bedroom units combined with generous amenities, including a 50' lap pool and 2,800 sq. ft. gym in a prime downtown Los Angeles location.
Award-winning transit-oriented development
Mission Meridian Village was designed and built to seamlessly fit in with the existing historic fabric of South Pasadena. The village is built with the principle of "blended density," offering a range of urban residences, from loft-style to courtyard housing, in combination with 5,000 square feet of locally owned- and operated ground floor retail and a 280-space subterranean public parking garage. The Mission Meridian Village was awarded "Best TOD" by the Urban Land Institute, and received the coveted "Charter Award" from the Congress for the New Urbanism in 2006.
The Cove at Solana
A thoughtfully designed "linear town square" in Solana Beach, activated by a 3-screen Laemmle Arthouse Cinema, gourmet food market, Diesel bookstore and signature restaurants. The development is located around the locally renowned Solana Beach train station. The Cove features 51 upscale townhouses, a 46-room boutique hotel by Shade, and an innovative automated garage by Auto ParkIt.
ENCORE AT RANCHo CUCAMONGA
A redevelopment of the Rancho Cucamonga Metrolink station into a transit-oriented village consisting of for-sale and for-rent residences, an intergenerational senior living facility and preschool, a "main street" with restaurants, small retail, a Laemmle Arthouse Cinema and a gourmet grocery market. A new, shared parking garage will serve commuters, providing an easy park and ride option.
PARK GATEWAY, WATTS
The Park Gateway, Watts is a mixed-use development situated in the heart of the Watts neighborhood of South Los Angeles. The development program calls for 80 affordable housing units, with 10 units reserved for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, working to house the formerly incarcerated. Commercial tenants include a Bank of America branch, a café and other retail uses. Park Gateway is a groundbreaking project for the Watts area, and is part of a larger trend of bringing back 103rd Street into a real Main Street serving the neighborhood.