The Los Angeles City Planning Commission has green-lit construction of The Crescent,a multifamily residential development in Studio City. The Goldrich Kest proposal plans for the development of a six-story structure with 129 studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments. Additionally, a two-level, 145-car underground parking garage on site near the Los Angeles River at 4260 N. Arch Drive.
The Crescent apartment block has been designed by Lahmon Architects. Notably, the structure would include a brand-new, open-to-the-public entry to a future section of the Los Angeles River bike path.
Features and Amenities at The Crescent in Studio City
In addition to apartments, the building would have features including a club room, rooftop decks, and a video room. Furthermore, there will be a business centre, a pool and spa, and an outdoor kitchen.
A warm wood underneath that invites guests and inhabitants to a welcoming bottom floor is revealed by the front façade’s pleated portions that just barely touch the earth at the yard. This provides the impression of being lifted off the ground. Additionally, residents can enjoy the wonderful Southern California weather and a generous outdoor area thanks to the tier-style balconies and roof decks to the north.
The land at 4260 N. Arch Drive has earned two approvals from the Planning Commission. Goldrich Kest previously received approval for a smaller 106-unit building on the property in early 2020. Early in 2021, the developer reversed course and asked the City of Los Angeles to examine the plans for the present site.
The Pasadena construction company Goldrich Kest, well known for its work in Marina del Rey, is also constructing new homes near to the famed Hotel Green. The proposal would reproduce early 20th-century ideas for a building at 86 South Fair Oaks Avenue.