Santa Monica CA Renovations Nu Construction


Santa Monica CA Renovations and New Construction

Santa Monica CA renovations and new construction. Santa Monica New Projects and Renovations: Cities are growing and thriving when there is new construction and renovation of commercial and residential properties. Santa Monica, CA Oceanside city in west Los Angeles County is a model example. New construction is an indication the investors are encouraged by the affluent city’s stable commercial, residential and tourist environment.  Due to the economy investors in the last few years put new construction on hold. Recent construction in 2012 and 2013 shows investor’s confidence that the economy and housing market is improving.  Investments in Santa Monica reflects investor’s confidence in city’s proven affluent resident and commercial housing market. New construction and renovations in Santa Monica includes public parking lot and schools, new condominium and apartment building projects, new hotels and renovation of the historic Santa Monica Pier. Santa Monica is centrally  located adjacent to Pacific Palisades and Venice, CA. Beach city is only approximately 30 minutes from Downtown Los Angeles. In early 1900s Santa Monica was a tourist town. Presently, the city is an prosperous upscale residential sea side city.

Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier Santa Monica Pier Improvement Project – Pacific Park Santa Monica City Council has approved and sign-off on project to tear down and reconstruct a section of the Santa Monica Pier. The project will cost $8.2 million dollars. Construction will demolished and replace 360 long and 36 foot wide portion of the pier.Santa Monca Pier Improvement Project

Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Pico Blvd and Main Street

santa monica civic

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Historic Santa Monica Civic Auditorium popular for national/local venues and conventional is going to undergo a face lift and seismic retrofitting. Santa Monica Auditorium once home to the Academy Awards and famous rock n roll concerts.  Renovation is estimated to start spring or summer of 2013 and last approximately 2 years. 2013.  Because of budget cuts renovation has been delayed.  The auditorium will close mid 2013 but renovation put on hold.

2002 21st   St Santa Monica, CA Condominium Project

Development of two-story 21 unit townhouse style condominiums.  Townhouse style units each two bedrooms and two one-half bathrooms.

The Village at Santa   Monica Ocean Ave Santa Monica, CA

In the works for six year the Village at Santa Monica mixed luxury condominiums and affordable apartments. The 3 acre site owned by Rand Corp. and developed by Related Cos. The Village (Santa Monica Patch)

1802 Santa   Monica Blvd. Santa Monica, CA – Private Project

Three story mixed-use development 33,710 square feet. Complex will include 26 residential units, restaurant, auto dealership and four level subterranean parking garages. Restaurant will be 1,390 square feet ground level with outdoor seating. Residential units will be 24 studio units and two 1 bedroom units. On first floor retail auto dealership with showroom and service departments.

1554 5h Street Santa Monica, CA

Demolition of existing building replaced by two six-story Courtyard by Marriot Hotels.  Courtyard by Marriott Hotel will be located at 1554   5th St.

501 Colorado   Ave Santa Monica, CA

Hampton Inn and Suites hotel to be approximately 84 feet in height and 78,750 square feet. Inn will accommodate 143 guest rooms and 80-100 parking spaces

1431 2nd   St Downtown Parking Structure 6

Downtown Parking Structure closed February 2012 for reconstruction. Will be demolished and rebuilt with approximately 700 car spaces, bike racks, retail space, solar panels and public art.

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Improvements to Campuses

Included in campus improvements are: Lincoln Middle School, John Adams Middle School, Santa Monica High School and Edison Language Academy. For more information visit:

City of Santa Monica”Green Building Requirements” Green Buildings

City of Santa Monica Sustainability and the Environment

The city of Santa Monica is committed to protecting the environment and healthier living.  Goal is to reduce negative environmental impacts related to new construction.  Enhance natural resources and reduce harm to the environment. New construction projects must meet established performance standards.


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