In Case L.A. Didn’t Have Enough Whole Foods ...

Variety - - Dirt - PAT SAPERSTEIN

A pro­posed mixed-use com­plex in West Los An­ge­les that in­cludes a Whole Foods mar­ket con­tin­ues to move for­ward af­ter pass­ing an en­vi­ron­men­tal im­pact re­port by the city. Developer United El Se­gundo is plan­ning 180 apart­ments, in­clud­ing 20 low-in­come units, at the corner of Santa Mon­ica Boule­vard and South Bar­ring­ton Av­enue on the site of a for­mer Vons mar­ket. The five-story devel­op­ment will in­clude about 320,000 square feet of space, with Whole Foods and a restau­rant on the ground floor. The com­plex will in­clude nearly 600 un­der­ground park­ing spa­ces for both res­i­dents and shop­pers. De­signed by West L.A. ar­chi­tects Landry De­sign Group and MVE + Part­ners, the project could break ground next year and start sup­ply­ing or­ganic gro­ceries to West­siders by 2021.

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