The new residential/commercial project at Pico and Sepulveda will allow renters quick foot access to shopping and transportation hubs.
The project is slated to include 638 apartments, 71 of which will be set aside as affordable units for low-income seniors. With restaurants and shops on the street level and public transportation within a block or two, it would be possible to live in the complex and not have to worry about owning a car.
By Lisa Johnson Mandell
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