Frost/Chaddock Developers

  • Mixed-Use Development Announced for Palms Neighborhood

    L.A.’s Palms submarket has seen its fair share of turmoil but important changes are slated for the Westside neighborhood after a recent report announces a new mixed-use development. Frost/Chaddock Developers has announced that work has commenced at its $30 million Palms apartment community that will use the proximity of a planned Expo Line light-rail station as its hook. The Expo Line is a Los Angeles County Metro Rail line between Santa Monica and L.A.’s downtown area. Frost/Chaddock’s new residential complex has a construction deadline set for May 2014.

    Los Angeles 18 January 2013 18:11

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