Ten months after our last update, vertical construction is wrapping up for a new senior housing complex just east of the 405 Freeway and Sepulveda Boulevard in in Culver City.
The project from SRM Development and Westmont Living, named Westmont of Culver City, consists of a five-story building which will feature 134 residential units – including 154 assisted living and memory care beds – above 2,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Parking for 84 vehicles will be located in an underground garage.
Runberg Architecture Group is designing the Westmont project, which is framed in metal, and will have an exterior of brick, aluminum, stucco, and fiber cement panels. Plans call for two courtyards within the complex, including one which will be located at street level facing Washington Boulevard.
As of a community presentation given in 2020, rents for the assisted living apartments were expected to range from $4,500 per month for a studio unit to $6,000 per month for a two-bedroom unit. That same presentation indicated that construction would take approximately 18 months.
Original Article: https://la.urbanize.city/post/senior-housing-complex-reaches-its-peak-11141-washington-boulevard-culver-city