The project formerly known as Legado Crossing is scheduled to break ground on Tuesday, Oct. 15 ( that’s today) becoming one of the first transit-oriented projects to be built along the Expo Line, according to LA Curbed. Now called Access Culver City and developed by South Carolina’s Greystar Real Estate, the mixed-user will have 115 luxury apartments and 31,240 square feet of retail. It’ll have studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, ranging in size from 607 to 1,844 square feet. Typical touches like rec rooms, fitness center, interior courtyard, swimming pool, underground parking, and bike storage await renters, but a 7,000-square-foot courtyard with trees and benches will be open to the public too. Greystar expects work to be done next summer.