The $63 million Harlow Mixed-Use is a luxury mixed-use project designed by Killefer Flammang Architects (KFA) that is comprised of a 131-unit apartment building with 12,000 s.f. of ground floor retail and office space. Located along the city boundaries of Los Angeles and Culver City, the building is at the northwest corner of Hughes Avenue and Washington Boulevard and across from the Kirk Douglas Theater. The six-story building features studio, one, two and three bedroom dwellings over ground level retail and office space and two levels of subterranean parking. Harlow totals approximately 157,720 s.f. and includes a deluxe fitness center, comfortable community lounge and theater.
Fuscoe provided civil engineering services from the conceptual design phases through certificate of occupancy. The existing land was previously developed with a multi-story structure and a subterranean garage and though the majority of the structure was demolished, NMS desired to preserve the existing subterranean parking, which proved challenging. Careful forensic investigation and creative design was required to work within the constraints of the existing slabs and utility points of connection. As is typical for most “property line to property line” podium-style projects, the stormwater quality approach required intensive coordination with the building disciplines as the treatment’s Best Management Practices (BMPs) were integral to the building.
Los Angeles, CA