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Construction Begins on Melrose Mixed Use Project Near Larchmont Boulevard

New Projects   LC

Construction has started on the mixed use project known as The LC, being developed by California Landmark on the north side of Melrose at El Centro. The project is permitted for 85 units and over 3,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space. According to the California Landmark website, the mid–century modern design will feature contemporary residential amenities including a rooftop deck, media room, full–service gym and ample guest parking.

The LC will feature one–to–two bedroom units ranging in size from 600 to 1,100 square feet.

Zimas.lacity.org5641 West Melrose

Aerial view of the property:

melrose and camerford   Google Maps
Melrose to the south, El Centro on the west and Camerford to the north. Note the alley that separates the two properties.

Current view of early stages of construction:

The LC construction site looking S-SE.
The LC construction site looking S-SE.


The LC construction site looking N-NE.
The LC construction site looking N-NE.

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$40 Million Mixed Use Development Slated for Melrose at Larchmont Boulevard


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    From Karen Gilman:

    Please join us! We have an appealing agenda. In addition to our usual LAPD crime prevention reports and report from Council District 4, we may have an update on our renewed trees and greening efforts, the Chipotle’ beer and wine permit application. We are going to create our our welcome wagon project for new neighbors and expect to hear about it from neighbors Amy (Beachwood) and Richard (Irving.)

  2. The original plans had the condos going over the alley 20” above the alley.

    I own the building at 5625 Melrose two doors east of the construction site. We have been looking forward to this project as it will enhance property values in the neighborhood.

    Do you have any old photos of my building? This building was once a Bath house from 1926 to 1966

    Grant Loucks

    Alan Gordon Enterprises
    5625 Melrose Avenue
    Hollywood, CA 90038
    Ph: 323.466.3561

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