‘Linea’ Metro-Expo Adjacent Build Will Offer Mixed-Use By the Sepulveda Station

Multiple buildings centered around a 13-story tower are rising with the name Linea; sitting across from the Expo Line’s Sepulveda station, this development looks to finish before summer of 2019. Just outside of Culver City, the development will impact the influx of transit-oriented residences along the Metro Line.

According to UrbanizeLA, Carmel Partners is developing the $150-million project, which sits on a four-acre site next to Metro’s Expo/Sepulveda Station. Upon completion, it will deliver 595 apartments (including 66 affordable units), 911 parking spaces, and 5,000 square feet of street-fronting retail space.

VTBS Architects is designing the mixed-use complex, which incorporates several mid-rise buildings and a 13-story tower. Over 40,000 square feet of outdoor amenities will include landscaped courtyards, water features, and a rooftop deck with a resort-style pool. Residents will also have access to a club room and a fitness center.

The interior design is being executed by Rodrigo Vargas Design, and Bennitt Design Group is handling the landscape architecture.

Just a few miles east on the Expo Line, Carmel Partners is also working on Cumulus – a 1,200-unit development rising near the La Cienega/Jefferson Station. Both projects could provide housing for employees of tech giant Google, who has recently signed a lease for the entire Westside Pavilion redevelopment.

 

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