New Mixed-Use Project Coming to Glendale, Bringing Residential Units to Growing Market

Yet another mixed-use development is popping up in the L.A. real estate market as Camden USA recently announced the groundbreaking of the Glendale Triangle project. The developer is bringing a brand new construction that will add new residential units to the Glendale submarket. According to the developers, the project will be aimed at Gen Y residents and will include a number of resident amenities to attract the young crowds to the Tri-Cities area.

Yet another mixed-use development will be rising in the L.A. real estate market as Camden USA recently announced the groundbreaking of the Glendale Triangle project. The developer’s new construction will add new residential units to the Glendale submarket. The project will be aimed at Gen Y residents and will include a number of resident amenities to attract young crowds to the Tri-Cities area.

Designed by TCA Architects, the seven-story Glendale Triangle building offers 315,400 square feet of mixed-use space. According to rentv.com, the locally based national construction firm Bernards will handle general contracting at the 3900 San Fernando Rd. site. It’s located just off Los Feliz Boulevard and offers great proximity to the I-5. That same source puts the project’s completion date somewhere around 2015’s Q3. Specifics for the project note the presence of 16 live-work units and six retail spots at the site, while half of the regular units will have one-bedroom floorplans. The remaining units will be divided into studios and two-bedroom apartments. Unit sizes will range between 601 and 1,800 square feet. The residential component will occupy 274,386 square feet of space.

The development’s resident amenity package will include a pool, a spa facility, two roof decks, four courtyards, a barbecue area, and a fitness center with yoga rooms. The lifestyle focus of the building combined with TCA’s edgy design will be a surefire move to attract new apartment residents to the neighborhood. Because the Tri-Cities area is a budding entertainment industry environment, the project is set to see a great deal of interest from professionals working in the field.

Rendering courtesy of  tcaarchitects.com