RBM of CA Proposing Five-Story Westwood BLVD Residential Project

West LA mid-rise would offer 109 units, 14 of which would be designated for affordable housing.
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RBM of CA under the company 2121 Westwood LLC is proposing a five-story mixed-use development, at 2121 South Westwood Boulevard, according to a case filing for the would-be transit-oriented development (TOC) submitted recently to the City of Los Angeles. RBM is a full-service development, investment, and asset management firm specializing in multifamily, commercial, and mixed-use real estate, under the direction of its President, Hiro Kobayashi.

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The yet-to-be-named development — shown in the rendering above — would offer 109 units across five floors if approved. Several commercial buildings would be razed in preparation for the incoming development. Developers are proposing a residential mix of 76 one-bedroom, five two-bedroom, and two three-bedroom units, ranging between 450 and 1,390 square feet in size — complete with balconies and a 128-car garage. 2121 Westwood in seeking its TOC incentives is proposing 13 of its units as very low-income households and one for extremely-low.

Planned amenities include a roof deck, which is oriented wholly towards Westwood Boulevard and programmed with table seating and a synthetic grassy area, a central courtyard, recreation room, business center, and fitness center.

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